Books and Book Editorships:

A. Monti, E. Boskov-Kovacs, M. Meisel, G. Huitema, M. Sayed-Mouchawe, A. Amezua, E. Hardi, N. Constantinescu, D. Mugnier, R. Apel, J.F. Montagne, M.A. Sánchez Fornié, B.M. Soares, A. Moltó Llovet, M. Carvalho, L. Beard, T. Borst, A. Conde, S. Riaño Fernandez, H. Larsson, M. Vavalis, L. Ribeiro, A. Wargers, P. Serkine, G. Kleineidam, M.-R. Schulz, J. Pedersen, A. Dimeas, G. Giraud, H. Ha, L. Karg, G. Kariniotakis, A. Moreno-Munoz, P. Nemcek, E. Suignard, C. Lechner, M. Chebbo:
ETIP-SNET European Technology & Innovation Platforms - Smart Networks for Energy Transition, Brusseles, Belgium, 2018, 174 pages.

English abstract:
In the future smart energy system, we will observe, monitor, control, enable and protect the energy supply and use. The communication layer is a pillar of the energy system and radically changes the relation between the final user and the energy system. Advanced meters and modern appliances trigger the potential of active demand-response and enable new services for the energy user. Customer participation in all stages of the development and expansion of the energy system is favoured by digital tools ranging from participative geographical systems to web portals and social media. Internet of Things (IoT) Industrial Internet of things (IoT), big data, blockchain, digital twin technology, all applied to the system, changes its planning and operation and transforms the energy market. In summary, it will mean the digital transformation of the energy system.

Smart Grid Technolgoies, Use Cases, Cybersecurity

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