From using demand response to ease network congestion in urban densification areas to improving power theft in informal settlements with advanced metering, smart technologies and solutions can provide an answer to the challenges of growing cities. And if the one-size-fits-all approach does not work in urban planning, the experience in Europe shows that a smart application is somewhere there, waiting to be implemented.
Planning with Smartness
Posted: 15 Sep 2015
Authors:Maria Brucoli and Stephen Cook
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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