The EEBUS concept, developed by a medium-sized electronics company (on funding from the German government), has managed to be accepted by most of the big players in the german electricity and device manufacturing landscape as the coming de-facto standard to connect and communicate with housholds to the smart grid (after this article came out, even EON came on board, which is big news for them):

They have a whitepaper here:
I learned some details about the concept, but it is still missing some concepts, especially when it comes to the part about managing energy. What does the XML contain, semantically, which is sent to houses? On which terms can demand response happen? I guess they are still working on that and the biggest achievement so far has been of political nature.

24 Jul 2012 - 3:32
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