Disaggregating the Total Electrical Load in Residential Buildings : a Profile of the Required Solution

@inproceedings{Matthews2008DisaggregatingTT,
  title={Disaggregating the Total Electrical Load in Residential Buildings : a Profile of the Required Solution},
  author={H. Scott Matthews and Lucio Soibelman and Magali Berges and Eliot Goldman},
  year={2008}
}
Renewed emphasis on the cost and environmental impacts of electricity are leading to a greater awareness for the need to measure and manage loads in buildings of all types. In this paper we focus on the residential buildings sector by looking at best available technologies for the commercial sector and discuss how they can be best applied to residences, by looking for effective solutions that can identify and track electricity use by the most important loads. 

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