Smart Grid

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Post date: 17 Apr 2012
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Post date: 6 Mar 2012
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Post date: 22 Feb 2012
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The Bundesnetzagentur has just published a key elements paper entitled 'Smart Grid and Smart Market', which is meant to clarify and shed more light on a sometimes confusing and still somewhat unstructured debate. The paper deals with the question of how the energy supply system needs to be changed in the course of the transformation of the energy system. Among other things, the Bundesnetzagentur calls for a clear separation of the areas of smart grids and smart markets.  
Post date: 18 Jan 2012
Type: Publication

 Hoogkerk, a suburb in the Netherlands, officially began operating a microgrid and calling itself "the power-matching city" on March 10, 2010. The Hoogkerk microgrid includes 25 interconnected houses and is part of the SmartHouse/SmartGrid project and another research project carried out by ECN, KEMA, Humiq, Essent, Enexis.
Post date: 7 Nov 2011
Type: Case

Post date: 26 Aug 2011
Type: Publication

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Post date: 3 Aug 2010
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Post date: 23 Jul 2010
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Post date: 15 Jul 2010
Type: Publication

Lord Hunt said: “A global climate deal in Copenhagen needs all countries to make the most ambitious commitments possible, but it will also require all of us to change how we lead our lives and how we generate our energy. ... Smart meters will put the power in people’s hands, enabling us all to control how much energy we use, cut emissions and cut bills. ... Smart grids will help manage the massive shift to low carbon electricity such as wind, nuclear and clean fossil fuels. ...
Post date: 3 Dec 2009
Type: News