The first stage to ensure effective energy efficiency is basically to use energy wisely. It is difficult to provide this, for all subscribers, in a network where everyone consumes energy. Therefore, it is necessary to manage this situation. All over the world, the smart grids appear to be the prominent management system about such situations. Effective management of the energy flow can be assured by monitoring and controlling the energy consumption and production plants. One of the most discussed topics in the research is energy efficiency which forms the basis for smart grids. Consumers, production centers and electrical devices in smart grids communicate with each other, and in this way power system can be operated in a more efficient way. Thus, it becomes possible that consumption values can be adapted very successfully to energy production available. In the system established, not only consumer's energy needs is reduced to lower degrees, but also it is ensured that all energy sources (renewable and power plants) are optimized. Consequently, this study provides suggestions to use energy effectively and to manage energy production and consumption by using smart grids in Turkey.
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