The integration of technology in the field of energy management has brought about revolutionary changes in the way we produce, distribute, and consume electricity. Smart grids, which employ digital technology to optimise the generation and distribution of electricity, play a pivotal role in this transformation. Among the various innovations contributing to smart grid development, eSIM has emerged as a crucial component.
eSIM, short for embedded Subscriber Identity Module, is a SIM card that is integrated into a device's hardware, and unlike traditional SIM cards, eSIMs are soldered onto the device's circuitry, making them non-removable. This technology is not limited to mobile phones; it has found applications in various sectors, including the energy industry.