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Sonam Parashar, postdoc at IDEAS NCBR, shares her views on the role of AI in green energy transformation, her career path and work in Poland in Warsaw Business Journal.

‘Today we can’t imagine power grids without AI; it is now a pivotal feature of modern power grids, known as smart grids. With the green energy transformation, operational, control, and protection complexities are increasing in power grids.’

‘In the coming years, we may witness an increase in the number of renewable-based decentralized entities such as microgrids and energy farms in Poland. The expansion and operation of these entities will require the formation of new policies and regulations to establish an efficient market platform. Additionally, the integration of the Poland market with other cross-border EU markets will present challenges, such as bidding and price prediction.’

‘As an electrical engineer, I have always been fascinated by automation, new technologies, computers, and programming languages. I felt a strong desire to explore AI techniques in electrical engineering applications due to their complexity and the myriad of technicalities involved.’

Read full interview here.

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