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[Paper] Active consumer participation in smart energy systems

Active consumer participation in smart energy systems
by Gerald Schweiger et al
Energy and Buildings, Volume 227
15 November 2020, 15 pages
[open access]

Abstract

A pressing task for future energy systems is the design and operation of systems that integrate large shares of renewable energy while improving overall system efficiency. Because buildings consume about 32% of the total global final energy use, they are of vital importance. In recent years, technical and socio-economic studies, as well as hands-on experience, have concluded that the integration and participation of consumer are crucial for smart energy systems. To reach challenging climate goals, individual consumer, social

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