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Establishing a smart grid node architecture and demonstrator in an office environment using the SOA approach

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6 Author(s)
Koss, D. ; Fortiss GmbH, Munich, Germany ; Bytschkow, D. ; Gupta, P.K. ; Schatz, B.
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The introduction of low-cost renewable energy production, e.g., by photovoltaic, has turned classical grid nodes like homes and offices in prosumers, taking an active role in smart energy systems by merging home-automation and energy production functionality. However, to become a self-balancing element of a stable smart grid, supporting the energy-aware cooperative production, storage, and consumption, a scalable software is needed, tailored for smart micro grids and their integration in large-scale systems. In the following, the implementation of a layered SOA-based distributed architecture is presented, that provides open interfaces simplifying the plug-and-play of hardware and software components.

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Software Engineering for the Smart Grid (SE4SG), 2012 International Workshop on

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3-3 June 2012