An energy management system (EMS) is an essential function needed to increase energy efficiency and to optimally coordinate several energy sources. A large number of systems have been proposed, but not all have the same objectives or technologies. After a classification and definition of EMS, several systems were integrated and tested to understand possible applications and their advantages.
Developing and Testing a Next Generation Energy Management System
Posted: 14 Sep 2014
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