The European e-GOTHAM project aims at developing open source smart energy management middleware for controlling and monitoring prosumers' energy consumption and production, through a behavior-driven and context-aware decision approach. It will be implemented in three pilots, in the industrial, services and residential sectors.
Adopting the Smart Grid in Three Crucial European Sectors
Posted: 12 Sep 2012
Authors:Luigi Glielmo and Jose-Fernan Martinez-Ortega
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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