Proceedings of the IEEE recently released a special issue discussing the latest research trends and findings on the emerging topic of energy in commercial, residential, and other types of buildings and facilities from noted leaders in the industry.
(PRWEB) - Proceedings of the IEEE, the most highly cited general-interest journal in electronics, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science, recently released a special issue on “Control Challenges in Microgrids and the Role of Energy-Efficient Buildings.”
Edited by John Baillieul, Michael C. Caramanis, Marija D. Ilić, the invited papers encompass the latest research trends and findings on the emerging topic of energy in commercial, residential, and other types of buildings and facilities from noted leaders in the industry. The 11 papers included in this special issue cover a range of topics from comparative evaluation of opportunities for improved efficiency among electric load classes in buildings, the role of smart microgrids for enabling demand-side response, customer side-of-the-meter electricity markets to the role of alternative energy sources to power grid informatics.
“With the explosive growth of interest in new opportunities for improved operation of electric power grids, this special issue is a valuable and comprehensive collection of current research,” said Baillieul, an IEEE Fellow who is currently Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Boston University. “The collection of papers in this special issue cover the latest developments and research advances in power grids of the future and outlines their evolving challenges, paving the way for further research.”
The broad spectrum of papers in the special issue include:
Other papers in this special issue highlight:
To learn more about the control challenges in microgrids and the role of energy-efficient buildings, please visit the Proceedings of the IEEE’s website (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/RecentIssue.jsp?punumber=5), LinkedIn or Facebook page.
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