Capturing all the benefits of the smart grid will require vast amounts of information to be communicated, collected, and processed. It will only be manageable if some basic differences between types of data are recognized and respected. Some information needs to be consulted frequently and in large quantities, but only locally, by the consumer; other information can be broadcast.
Slicing and Dicing Smart Grid Data
Posted: 1 Feb 2011
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