Wireless sensor networks provide numerous opportunities for smart grid applications including demand-side energy management, power system monitoring, coordination of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and integration of renewable energy generators. Because of their low cost, intrinsic redundancy and ease-of-deployment, they will be useful on a large scale in power grids.
Residential Power Trading Will Depend on Wireless Sensor Networks
Posted: 11 Sep 2011
Hussein T. Mouftah and Wei Sun
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