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The role of simulation in support of internet-based energy services

Clarke, J. A. and Conner, S. and Fujii, G. and Geros, V. and Johannesson, G. and Johnstone, C. M. and Karatasou, S. and Kim, J. and Santamouris, M. and Strachan, P. A. (2004) The role of simulation in support of internet-based energy services. Energy and Buildings, 36 (8). pp. 837-846. ISSN 0378-7788

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Abstract

The connection of buildings to the Internet broadband network is becoming commonplace. The establishment of such an infrastructure enables the development of a range of new energy, environment and health-related services for people in their homes and workplaces. Telecommunications companies and utilities are actively developing examples of such services, and local authorities and health care providers are supporting trial deployments. Several of the services can be enabled or enhanced through the application of building modelling and simulation. This paper describes the infrastructure for the e-services under test within a European research project and shows the potential for simulation support for these services.