Evolution of electricity metering

Electricity meters are used to measure the quantity of electricity supplied to customers as well as to calculate energy and transportation charges for electricity retailers and network operators. The most common type of meter is an accumulation meter, which records energy consumption over time. Accumulation meters in consumer premises are read manually to assess how much energy has been used within a billing period. In recent years, industrial and commercial consumers with large loads have increasingly been using more advanced meters, for example, interval meters which record energy use over short intervals, typically every half hour. This allows the energy suppliers to design tariffs and charging structures that reflect wholesale prices and helps the customers understand and manage their pattern of electricity demand. Smart meters are even more sophisticated as they have two-way communications and provide a real-time display of energy use and pricing information, dynamic tariffs and facilitate the automatic control of electrical appliances

Janaka Ekanayake
Cardiff University, UK
Kithsiri Liyanage
University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Jianzhong Wu
Cardiff University, UK
Akihiko Yokoyama
University of Tokyo, Japan
Nick Jenkins
Cardiff University, UK
A John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Publication


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