Demand Response as it should be

Successful Demand Response program deployment doesn’t make anybody to deploy wires at home. It doesn’t rely on sophisticated and costly hardware. It is flexible – you can manage it online if it bothers you too much. It is easy to setup and easy to modify.

Demand Response systems vendors have to think about approaches that enable all these features, they need a platform. The platform is ready, it will be shown on Metering Europe 2010 in Vienna, Austria, 22-24 september on Luxoft Booth.

On the Photo there is a RedHouse-a wireless model of premise, that is managed by DRFUsion platform with OpenADR messages and an IPad application to setup participation levels for every consumer.

Architecture, screenshots and scenarios will be published in nearest future, stay tuned.

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