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Your Questions on the Smart Grid?

Posted in Uncategorized by Martin Spindler on April 6, 2010

So it turns out that my talk about Smart Grids for this year’s re:publica got accepted.
I’m genuinely thrilled and working on the preparation of the talk.
But I kind of hit a brick wall: I just don’t know what you guys out there already know and what your questions are. I’m kind of trapped with a deformation professionelle here, as I’m working on that stuff for some time already, and a lot of it became self-evident to me.
So if you were planning to join my talk, may I ask you for a favor? Please tell me, what you are interested in, what you already know and what is a gray area. This would help a lot in the preparations. You can do this in the comments or just send me an email at talk@mjays.net.
Thanks a lot.

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  1. Dirk said, on April 6, 2010 at 18:24

    Ich hab dazu schon http://blog.koehntopp.de/archives/2484-Wie-viel-Strom-verbraucht-ein-Stromzaehler.html, http://blog.koehntopp.de/archives/2762-Smart-Meters-revisited.html und auch einige der dort verlinkten Artikel gelesen.

    Fragestellungen, die sich ergeben und interessant sind:
    Auswirkungen auf den Energieverbrauch, kann man wirklich Energie damit sparen?
    Wie sicher ist das, wie leicht kann das gehackt werden?
    Wie stellt man sicher, dass nicht die gesamte Infrastruktur durch Dritte übernommen werden kann?
    Wie soll die Interoperabilität zwischen den Herstellern, Netzanbietern und Energieversorgern sichergestellt werden?

    Weitere Fragen ergeben sich dann sicherlich auch noch.


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