EGATi which includes generating acceptable returns and responding to the government’s direction The use of digital technologies across the economy – “digitalization” – could have significant implications for energy demand and supply. Moreover, it could bring about potentially transformational changes in both established energy systems and in fast-growing economies. Digital technologies also enable efficiency opportunities across the energy system, the data centers, data transmission networks and connected devices that underpin the burgeoning digital economy are also an important source of energy demand. Batteries are important for energy storage, which is showing some promising signs. Battery storage is still a relatively expensive option to provide flexibility touse in power systems, but it is starting to grow both at utility-scale, particularly in countries with which have significant solar PV capacity growth.The trend of smart grid has increased consecutively for the past few years and is expected to increase further in all regions including North & South America, Europe, Middle East and Africa as well as Asia, this is illustrated by the increase in global smart grid investment with the CAGR of 3.1%. While many developed countries have implemented smart grid at a larger scale, developing countries are starting to implement such system in a smaller scale especially in industrial estates or rural areas where the main electricity transmission lines may not reach. But by enhancing the reliability of power supply and optimizing the efficiency of the power plant, this approach is gaining more attractiveness thus the rate of implementation is higher.