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Title Internet of Energy Handbook
Author Pawan Kumar
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2021-06-01
Category Computers
Total Pages 248
ISBN 1000379620
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Internet of Energy (IoE), with the integration of advanced information and communication technologies (ICT), has led to a transformation of traditional networks to smart systems. Internet of Energy Handbook provides updated knowledge in the field of energy management with an Internet of Things (IoT) perspective. Features Explains the technological developments for energy management leading to a reduction in energy consumption through topics like smart energy systems, smart sensors, communication, techniques, and utilization Includes dedicated sections covering varied aspects related to renewable sources of energy, power distribution, and generation Incorporates energy efficiency, optimization, and sensor technologies Covers multidisciplinary aspects in computational intelligence and IoT Discusses building energy management aspects including temperature, humidity, the number of persons involved, and light intensity This handbook is aimed at graduate students, researchers, and professionals interested in power systems, IoT, smart grids, electrical engineering, and transmission.

Title Internet of Energy Handbook
Author Pawan Kumar
Publisher
Release 2021
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9780367499655
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Internet of Energy (IoE), with the integration of advanced information and communication technologies (ICT), has led to a transformation of traditional networks to smart systems. Internet of Energy Handbook provides updated knowledge in the field of energy management with an Internet of Things (IoT) perspective. Explains the technological developments for energy management leading to reduction in energy consumption through topics like smart energy systems, smart sensors, communication, techniques and utilizationIncludes dedicated sections covering varied aspects related to renewable sources of energy, power distribution and generation and so forthIncorporates energy efficiency, optimization and sensor technologies Covers multidisciplinary aspects in computational intelligence and IoTDiscusses building energy management aspects including temperature, humidity, number of persons involved and the light intensityThis handbook is aimed at graduate students, researchers, and professionals interested in power systems, IoT, smart grids, electrical engineering, and grid and transmission.

Title Sustainable Energy Systems and Applications
Author Ibrahim Dincer
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2011-11-05
Category Science
Total Pages 823
ISBN 0387958606
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The concept of sustainable development was first introduced by the Brundtland Commission almost 20 years ago and has received increased attention during the past decade. It is now an essential part of any energy activities. This is a research-based textbook which can be used by senior undergraduate students, graduate students, engineers, practitioners, scientists, researchers in the area of sustainable energy systems and aimed to address some key pillars: better efficiency, better cost effectiveness, better use of energy resources, better environment, better energy security, and better sustainable development. It also includes some cutting-edge topics, such hydrogen and fuel cells, renewable, clean combustion technologies, CO2 abatement technologies, and some potential tools (exergy, constructal theory, etc.) for design, analysis and performance improvement.

AI and IOT in Renewable Energy by Rabindra Nath Shaw

Title AI and IOT in Renewable Energy
Author Rabindra Nath Shaw
Publisher Springer Nature
Release 2021-05-12
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 109
ISBN 9811610118
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book presents the latest research on applications of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things in renewable energy systems. Advanced renewable energy systems must necessarily involve the latest technology like artificial intelligence and Internet of Things to develop low cost, smart and efficient solutions. Intelligence allows the system to optimize the power, thereby making it a power efficient system; whereas, Internet of Things makes the system independent of wire and flexibility in operation. As a result, intelligent and IOT paradigms are finding increasing applications in the study of renewable energy systems. This book presents advanced applications of artificial intelligence and the internet of things in renewable energy systems development. It covers such topics as solar energy systems, electric vehicles etc. In all these areas applications of artificial intelligence methods such as artificial neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy logic and a combination of the above, called hybrid systems, are included. The book is intended for a wide audience ranging from the undergraduate level up to the research academic and industrial communities engaged in the study and performance prediction of renewable energy systems.

Title The Carbon Buster s Home Energy Handbook
Author Godo Stoyke
Publisher New Society Publishers
Release 2009-03-01
Category House & Home
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781550923698
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

How to reduce carbon emissions and save over $15,000 in energy costs over five years.

Title Interlaw Book on Renewables Energies
Author Guy Block
Publisher Primento
Release 2015-03-05
Category Law
Total Pages 546
ISBN 2802750496
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Interlaw book on Renewable Energy is a comprehensive overview of renewable energy policies and developments in the major countries active in the field. It addresses, in a practical and legal perspective, the main interrogations encountered by investors and policy makers on how to efficiently deploy renewable energy, particularly in terms of support schemes, grid connection costs, priority and congestion rules or permitting.

Title Green Internet of Things and Machine Learning
Author Roshani Raut
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2022-01-10
Category Computers
Total Pages 279
ISBN 1119793122
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Health Economics and Financing Encapsulates different case studies where green-IOT and machine learning can be used for making significant progress towards improvising the quality of life and sustainable environment. The Internet of Things (IoT) is an evolving idea which is responsible for connecting billions of devices that acquire, perceive, and communicate data from their surroundings. Because this transmission of data uses significant energy, improving energy efficiency in IOT devices is a significant topic for research. The green internet of things (G-IoT) makes it possible for IoT devices to use less energy since intelligent processing and analysis are fundamental to constructing smart IOT applications with large data sets. Machine learning (ML) algorithms that can predict sustainable energy consumption can be used to prepare guidelines to make IoT device implementation easier. Green Internet of Things and Machine Learning lays the foundation of in-depth analysis of principles of Green-Internet of Things (G-IoT) using machine learning. It outlines various green ICT technologies, explores the potential towards diverse real-time areas, as well as highlighting various challenges and obstacles towards the implementation of G-IoT in the real world. Also, this book provides insights on how the machine learning and green IOT will impact various applications: It covers the Green-IOT and ML-based smart computing, ML techniques for reducing energy consumption in IOT devices, case studies of G-IOT and ML in the agricultural field, smart farming, smart transportation, banking industry and healthcare. Audience The book will be helpful for research scholars and researchers in the fields of computer science and engineering, information technology, electronics and electrical engineering. Industry experts, particularly in R&D divisions, can use this book as their problem-solving guide.

eIoT by Steffi O. Muhanji

Title eIoT
Author Steffi O. Muhanji
Publisher Springer
Release 2019-02-20
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 160
ISBN 3030104273
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This open access book explores the collision between the sustainable energy transition and the Internet of Things (IoT). In that regard, this book’s arrival is timely. Not only is the Internet of Things for energy applications, herein called the energy Internet of Things (eIoT), rapidly developing but also the transition towards sustainable energy to abate global climate is very much at the forefront of public discourse. It is within the context of these two dynamic thrusts, digitization and global climate change, that the energy industry sees itself undergoing significant change in how it is operated and managed. This book recognizes that they impose five fundamental energy management change drivers: 1.) the growing demand for electricity, 2.) the emergence of renewable energy resources, 3.) the emergence of electrified transportation, 4.) the deregulation of electric power markets, 5.) and innovations in smart grid technology. Together, they challenge many of the assumptions upon which the electric grid was first built. The goal of this book is to provide a single integrated picture of how eIoT can come to transform our energy infrastructure. This book links the energy management change drivers mentioned above to the need for a technical energy management solution. It, then, describes how eIoT meets many of the criteria required for such a technical solution. In that regard, the book stresses the ability of eIoT to add sensing, decision-making, and actuation capabilities to millions or perhaps even billions of interacting “smart" devices. With such a large scale transformation composed of so many independent actions, the book also organizes the discussion into a single multi-layer energy management control loop structure. Consequently, much attention is given to not just network-enabled physical devices but also communication networks, distributed control & decision making, and finally technical architectures and standards. Having gone into the detail of these many simultaneously developing technologies, the book returns to how these technologies when integrated form new applications for transactive energy. In that regard, it highlights several eIoT-enabled energy management use cases that fundamentally change the relationship between end users, utilities, and grid operators. Consequently, the book discusses some of the emerging applications for utilities, industry, commerce, and residences. The book concludes that these eIoT applications will transform today’s grid into one that is much more responsive, dynamic, adaptive and flexible. It also concludes that this transformation will bring about new challenges and opportunities for the cyber-physical-economic performance of the grid and the business models of its increasingly growing number of participants and stakeholders.

eIoT by Steffi O. Muhanji

Title eIoT
Author Steffi O. Muhanji
Publisher Springer
Release 2019-03-15
Category Science
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9783030104269
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This Open Access book explores the collision between the sustainable energy transition and the Internet of Things (IoT). In that regard, this book’s arrival is timely. Not only is the Internet of Things for energy applications, herein called the energy Internet of Things (eIoT), rapidly developing but also the transition towards sustainable energy to abate global climate is very much at the forefront of public discourse. It is within the context of these two dynamic thrusts, digitization and global climate change, that the energy industry sees itself undergoing significant change in how it is operated and managed. This book recognizes that they impose five fundamental energy management change drivers: 1.) the growing demand for electricity, 2.) the emergence of renewable energy resources, 3.) the emergence of electrified transportation, 4.) the deregulation of electric power markets, 5.) and innovations in smart grid technology. Together, they challenge many of the assumptions upon which the electric grid was first built. The goal of this book is to provide a single integrated picture of how eIoT can come to transform our energy infrastructure. This book links the energy management change drivers mentioned above to the need for a technical energy management solution. It, then, describes how eIoT meets many of the criteria required for such a technical solution. In that regard, the book stresses the ability of eIoT to add sensing, decision-making, and actuation capabilities to millions or perhaps even billions of interacting “smart" devices. With such a large scale transformation composed of so many independent actions, the book also organizes the discussion into a single multi-layer energy management control loop structure. Consequently, much attention is given to not just network-enabled physical devices but also communication networks, distributed control & decision making, and finally technical architectures and standards. Having gone into the detail of these many simultaneously developing technologies, the book returns to how these technologies when integrated form new applications for transactive energy. In that regard, it highlights several eIoT-enabled energy management use cases that fundamentally change the relationship between end users, utilities, and grid operators. Consequently, the book discusses some of the emerging applications for utilities, industry, commerce, and residences. The book concludes that these eIoT applications will transform today’s grid into one that is much more responsive, dynamic, adaptive and flexible. It also concludes that this transformation will bring about new challenges and opportunities for the cyber-physical-economic performance of the grid and the business models of its increasingly growing number of participants and stakeholders.

Title Convergence of Energy Communication and Computation in B5G Cellular Internet of Things
Author Xiaoming Chen
Publisher Springer
Release 2020-04-14
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 129
ISBN 9789811541391
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book focuses on the convergence of energy, communication and computation in the beyond 5G (B5G) cellular Internet of Things (IoT). It addresses both theory and techniques, with more weight placed on the latter. This is achieved by providing in-depth studies on a number of major topics such as wireless power transfer, non-orthogonal multiple access, massive multiple-input multiple-output, and over-air computation. In turn, four typical convergence scenarios are studied in detail: the convergence of energy and communication, convergence of energy and computation, convergence of communication and computation, and convergence of energy, communication and computation. The comprehensive and systematic coverage of key techniques in the convergence of energy, communication and computation in the B5G cellular IoT is one of the book’s major features, making it particularly well suited for readers who are interested in learning about practical solutions in B5G wireless networks. Accordingly, the book offers a valuable resource for researchers, engineers, and graduate students in the fields of information engineering, telecommunications engineering, computer engineering, etc.