Smart Houses in the Smart Grid: Developing an interactive network

  • Private households constitute a considerable share of Europe's electricity consumption. The current electricity distribution system treats them as effectively passive individual units. In the future, however, users of the electricity grid will be involved more actively in the grid operation and can become part of intelligent networked collaborations. They can then contribute the demand and supplyPrivate households constitute a considerable share of Europe's electricity consumption. The current electricity distribution system treats them as effectively passive individual units. In the future, however, users of the electricity grid will be involved more actively in the grid operation and can become part of intelligent networked collaborations. They can then contribute the demand and supply flexibility that they dispose of and, as a result, help to better integrate renewable energy in-feed into the distribution grids.show moreshow less

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Author:Aris Dimeas, Stefan Drenkard, Nikos Hatziargyriou, Stamatis Karnouskos, Koen Kok, Jan Ringelstein
Publisher:IEEE
Year of Publication:2014
Language:English
GND Keyword:Gebäudeleittechnik; Intelligentes Stromnetz
Parent Title (English):IEEE Electrification Magazine
Volume:2
Issue:1
ISSN:2325-5897
First Page:81
Last Page:93
Document Type:Article (reviewed)
Institutes:Hochschule Offenburg / Bibliografie
Acces Right:Frei zugänglich
Release Date:2019/10/29
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1109/MELE.2013.2297032