eEnergy (Smart Grids)

EPR-forum's tGov program will focus on tomorrow’s need of interoperating Smart Grids. Smart Grid is an electrical grid (interconnected network) that uses computers and electronic BUS-devices (nodes) to gather and act on information, such as information about the behaviors of suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustainability of the production and distribution of electricity. Crucial here is the needed two-way communication with Smart Meters AMR( Automated Meter Reading) in “open” AMS(Advanced Metering Systems) solutions in the new paradigm shift with "CLOUD of THINGS".

Smart Grids Explained

EPR-forum is handling only the functional and modeling part of the Smart Grid dealing with competing and interacting technologies and platforms by help of the EPR eDevice standard ( ANSI/CEA-721).

Today’s mix in Financial and Real economy has corrupted and stopped the needed interchange process of sharing “open” information exchange models.

It should be obvious for everyone that we need an holistic thinking to get progress in this important Energy field controlled by the governments on behalf of the common society. We need to split the public responsibility in handling the Infrastructure(network) from the connected commercial infrastructure services that need fair competition from service providers and different equipment vendors. The cloud transformation and specially the XML-based CAM templating methodology opens up to solve this needed way of thinking and use of added services. 

See the real-time XML-based instant messaging XMPP protokoll to be used.

The EPR and ITI initiated Smart Grid project is named:
The new Vehicle in Smart Grid optimization ! ( )

See the attached file from EPR-eDevice modeling in the ITI Meta Engineering SmartGrid project:
Hans Arthur Kielland Aanesen,
Feb 12, 2013, 2:53 AM
Hans Arthur Kielland Aanesen,
Jul 16, 2012, 7:54 AM