Colin J. Axon

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– Information and data communications technology will be crucial to the operation of future electricity distribution networks. This will be mainly driven by the need to process and analyze increasing volumes of data produced by smart meters from residential and commercial customers, sensors monitoring the condition of network assets, distributed generation,(More)
Demand-side Response and dynamic tariffs are two examples of advanced functionality that may benefit both electricity consumers and distribution network operators. To be successful, the ICT infrastructure needs to be able to reliably cope with the data traffic. Within the wider UK context of the proposed centralised smart meter data transmission scenario,(More)
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