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Interoperability in the Energy SystemInteroperability in the Energy System

Energy Systems Catapult
Updated a year ago
Interoperability is the ability of a product or system to cooperate with other products or systems to share resources. Interoperability can be achieved through standards, conventions, voluntary agreements and/or agreed conventions. It is not necessarily about defining technical specifications and mandating specific protocols, etc. In Energy Systems, the drive towards interoperability is to ensure that technology, businesses and services...Interoperability is the ability of a product or system to cooperate with other products or systems to share resources. Interoperability can be achieved through standards, conventions, voluntary agreements and/or agreed c...
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Route to a Code of Practice for SLESRoute to a Code of Practice for SLES

Energy Systems Catapult
Updated a year ago
Do Smart Local Energy Systems need a Code of Practice? Published: 18 May 2020 By Jim Lott, Technical Liaison Lead, Energy Revolution Integration Service Coming in many varied forms, Smart Local Energy Systems are a recent development within the energy system; integrating power, heat and transport to develop cost efficient ways to reduce carbon emissions, tailored to the needs of local areas. For the Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) con...Do Smart Local Energy Systems need a Code of Practice? Published: 18 May 2020 By Jim Lott, Technical Liaison Lead, Energy Revolution Integration Service Coming in many varied forms, Smart Local Energy Systems are a recen...