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erlinghagen2015smart


Sabine Erlinghagen, Bill Lichtensteiger and Jochen Markard, "Smart meter communication standards in Europe - a comparison," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 43, pp. 1249–1262, 2015.

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grids, Abstract Smart and smart meters are central for the integration of distributed, renewable electricity generation. For smart grids to operate smoothly, technology standards are essential. In Europe, a multitude of different standards have been developed, making standard selection a complex task for electric utilities. With this paper we make three contributions: firstly, we identify 17 wired and wireless communication standards for smart metering in Europe. Secondly, we develop and technical, describe a comprehensive set of and non-technical criteria for standard selection. Finally, we compare the existing standards against these criteria. We find that none of the standards is superior in all aspects, resulting in major trade-offs for decision makers. Moreover, we reveal the competing nature and missing interoperability of standards, which makes a seamless integration of smart grids across different regions difficult and technologies., poses major challenges for the development of complementary smart grid

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Sabine Erlinghagen
Bill Lichtensteiger
Jochen Markard

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@article{erlinghagen2015smart,
    author = {Erlinghagen, Sabine and Lichtensteiger, Bill and Markard, Jochen},
    doi = {10.1016/j.rser.2014.11.065},
    issn = {1364-0321},
    journal = {Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews},
    pages = {1249--1262},
    publisher = {Elsevier},
    title = {{Smart meter communication standards in Europe - a comparison}},
    volume = {43},
    year = {2015},
   }
   
   

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