This article presents the lessons learned from two of the largest projects that explore ways for intelligently and cost-effectively managing demand: Customer Load Active System Services (CLASS) and My Electric Avenue (MEA). The former looks at managing demand by controlling voltages while the latter focuses on the control of electric vehicles.
Lessons from Large-Scale Smart Grid Trials in the UK: "CLASS" and "My Electric Avenue"
Posted: 15 Nov 2015
Andrea Ballanti and Jairo Quiros-Tortos
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