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Smart energy management for non-domestic buildings: case studies of two local authorities in the UK

@inproceedings{Azzenoud2017SmartEM,
  title={Smart energy management for non-domestic buildings: case studies of two local authorities in the UK},
  author={Marouane Azzenoud and Graeme Stuart and Richard Bull and Mark Lemon and D. Perry},
  year={2017}
}
The use of smart meters has increased since the beginning of the 21st century. The UK government, for example, has recently initiated a programme of rolling out 53 million smart electricity and gas meters for homes and small businesses by 2020 with the expectation that €20 billion will be saved on energy bills over the coming 15 years. The UK’s mass deployment of smart meters has resulted in Local Authorities experiencing additional costs from their installation in their non-domestic buildings… 

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