Environmental, eco­no­mic and sus­tai­na­bi­li­ty chal­lenges of conti­nuous­ly increa­sing ener­gy consump­tion are present all over the world. Meeting the chal­lenges requires cros­sin­dus­try coope­ra­tion and the means for consu­mers to influence their ener­gy consump­tion in terms of the quan­ti­ty and type of ener­gy consu­med. The SEAS pro­ject will address the pro­blem of inef­fi­cient and unsus­tai­nable ener­gy consump­tion, which is due to a lack of suf­fi­cient means to control, moni­tor, esti­mate and adapt the ener­gy use of sys­tems ver­sus the dyna­mic use situa­tions and cir­cum­stances influen­cing the ener­gy use. The objec­tive of the SEAS pro­ject is to enable ener­gy, ICT and auto­ma­tion sys­tems to col­la­bo­rate at consump­tion sites, and to intro­duce dyna­mic and refi­ned ICT‐​based solu­tions to control, moni­tor and esti­mate ener­gy consump­tion. An addi­tio­nal aim is to explore busi­ness models and solu­tions that will enable ener­gy mar­ket par­ti­ci­pants to incor­po­rate micro‐​grid envi­ron­ments and active cus­to­mers.


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