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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
The so-called smart grid is emerging in the energy domain as a solution to provide a stable, efficient and sustainable energy supply accommodating ever growing amounts of renewable energy like wind and solar in the energy production. Smart grid systems are highly distributed, manage large amounts of energy related data, and must be able to react rapidly (but intelligently) when conditions change, leading to substantial real-time business intelligence challenges. This paper discusses thesedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-39872-8_1 fatcat:mfmn377aerb2fndjzgxemsdzxy