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SEN

Smart Energy

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Smart Energy Networks (SENs) use advanced information and communication technology to monitor and manage the transport of energy from all fuel sources to meet the varying energy service demands of end users.

SENs have the the potential to generate a range of benefits across stakeholders: improved reliability, increased efficiency, reduced environmental footprint, new business opportunities, lower costs and new customer services. Their potential appears even greater by acknowledging a whole range of fuels that open up additional opportunities for improved optimization.

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Information Flow:
In Smart Energy Networks, advanced technology systems use information from different sources to make better decisions: how much energy to use, when to use it, and what sources to tap at any given moment. The result? Consumers and businesses get the energy they need as efficiently as possible.























Smart Electricity Grids:
Currently, we have the technology to use electricity more intelligently. Through things like two-way communications technology, meters, switches and advanced software, we can monitor electricity supply and demand in real time and adjust them to maximize efficiency.

News

The Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy, in collaboration with Union Gas and the University of Waterloo, is pleased to present the second in a series of White Papers on Smart Energy Networks. The second paper, written by Olaf Weber, Siamak Khorrami, Farhan Rahman, and Yannish Sewraz, is now available for download.

The Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy, in collaboration with Union Gas and the University of Waterloo, is pleased to present a series of two White Papers on Smart Energy Networks. The first paper, written by Ian Rowlands and Nicholas Belanger, is now available for download.

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