A Comparative Study of Data Storage and Processing Architectures for the Smart Grid

@article{ArenasMartinez2010ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study of Data Storage and Processing Architectures for the Smart Grid},
  author={Maria Arenas-Martinez and Sergio Herrero-Lopez and Abel S{\'a}nchez and John R. Williams and Paul Roth and Paul Hofmann and Alexander Zeier},
  journal={2010 First IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={285-290}
}
A number of governments and organizations around the world agree that the first step to address national and international problems such as energy independence, global warming or emergency resilience, is the redesign of electricity networks, known as Smart Grids. Typically, power grids have "broadcasted" power from generation plants to large population of consumers on a suboptimal way. Nevertheless, the fusion of energy delivery networks and digital information networks, along with the… CONTINUE READING
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