Planning in smart grids

@inproceedings{Bosman2012PlanningIS,
  title={Planning in smart grids},
  author={Maurice G. C. Bosman},
  year={2012}
}
e electricity supply chain is changing, due to increasing awareness for sustainability and an improved energy e›ciency. e traditional infrastructure where demand is supplied by centralized generation is subject to a transition towards a Smart Grid. In this Smart Grid, sustainable generation from renewable sources is accompanied by controllable distributed generation, distributed storage and demand side load management for intelligent electricity consumption. e transmission and distribution grid… CONTINUE READING
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