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IIoT and the keys to actualizing the decentralized energy revolution

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John Camilleri has a proven track record of product management and domain expertise in Utility Automation Systems. He is an experienced technical manager and product manager with more than a...

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Innovations in power generation, storage and transmission technologies are forcing a shift away from centralized power generation towards a distributed, decentralized model. Utility operations are presented with new challenges related to security and controls; how they respond will shape the future of the decentralized energy landscape. This eBook investigates the potential applications of distributed systems, as well as the role of interoperability in actualizing the decentralized energy revolution.

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