Energy Transition

Are our smart meters smart enough?

Are our smart meters getting smart fast enough to help us cope with the transition to sustainable energy? Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Wolfgang Ketter

Professor of Information Systems for Sustainable Society, University of Cologne

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