IMPROSUME: The impact of prosumers in a smart grid based energy...

The IMPROSUME project – ‘Impact of prosumers in a smart grid based energy market’ – was aimed to define and study the role of...

Bringing intelligence to Europe’s grids – 5 case studies

Smart meters will be a central part of delivering a more efficient and reliable network. However, the real benefit comes from the smart grid...
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TWENTIES: Transmission system operation with large penetration of wind and other...

The EU-funded TWENTIES project – ‘Transmission system operation with a large penetration of wind and other renewable electricity sources in electricity networks using innovative...

eBadge: A project that will integrate the EUs electricity market further

eBadge is an EU funded FP7 project with the objective of proposing an optimal pan-European Intelligent Balancing mechanism, which is also able to integrate...

PV Parity – How to support different photovoltaic applications in the...

The PV Parity project (started in June 2011 and ended in November 2013) aimed to contribute to the achievement of further photovoltaic penetration in...

The Smart Energy Canada Report

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The inaugural issue of The Smart Energy Canada Report, a new publication from Spintelligent. The Smart Energy Canada report is a unique publication: it is both on overview of our recently completed Smart Energy Canada Conference and Canadian Water Meter Summit, as well as a thought leadership platform for some interesting ideas from industry leaders that have contributed to the Report.

CityNext – Microsoft’s smart city vision

Smart cities are the future as smart grids in our industry and complementary initiatives in other industries are taking hold and growing – and...

Kinetis M Support for Distinct Separation of Legally Relevant Software

[img:freescale.thumbnail.jpg| ]By Joe Circello, Martin Mienkina

We are surrounded by residential, commercial and light industrial electronic measuring instruments. Water meters, gas meters, heat meters, energy meters, weighing instruments, taximeters, and many more electronic measuring instruments are all around us. Currently, most of this equipment includes a microcontroller dealing with billing information and parameters that are subject to legal control.

ENISA White Paper: Can we learn from SCADA security incidents?

The EU’s cybersecurity agency ENISA has released a white paper giving recommendations regarding prevention and preparedness for an agile and integrated response to cybersecurity...

Value of the grid to DG customers

Some advocates of distributed generation (DG) claim that the DG customer derives no benefit from being connected to the host utility’s distribution system. While it is easy to say that a DG customer is “free from the grid,” that is simply not true – even for a DG customer (or a micro- grid) that produces the exact amount of energy that it consumes in any given day or other time interval.

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