With the increasing presence of distributed energy resources in the distribution network, and with the rapid evolution of energy and energy services markets, it becomes essential that smart meters are contributing with complex functionalities. The Horizon 2020 project NOBEL GRID develops an unbundled smart meter concept to simultaneously support complex tariffication, real-time data for control functionalities in active low voltage networks, aggregated energy services, power quality assessment, control of production and storage, data security and user privacy as well as enhanced customer awareness. The project will develop and test innovative technologies in five European demonstrators: Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, Belgium and Greece.
New Smart Meter Design in Nobel Grid
Posted: 15 Apr 2015
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