While information and communication technologies seem ready for the reliable support of smart grids applications, most of them are not yet sufficiently mature for significant sales in Europe. In the FP7 EU funded project INTrEPID, a pilot has been set up and currently involves over 50 houses spread over Denmark and Italy.
INTrEPID Project: A Pilot for Energy District Management
Posted: 15 Jun 2015
Giuseppe Di Bella and Rosario Drogo De lacovo
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