Energy efficiency is the key to protecting and caring for our environment. A change in our habits can significantly reduce the impact of consumption and emissions. The residential sector accounts for 45% of total energy consumption. In this respect, it is necessary to propose solutions to promote the sustainable use of energy.
Becoming a smart city is the desire of many cities worldwide, our society is better prepared, its more aware of its environment and it is willing to contribute to building a more sustainable life; to make this possible all those living in the city must be united.
Los efectos del cambio climático son una realidad latente a nivel mundial, si bien es cierto, hay mayor concienciación con respecto a esta problemática, es necesario crear estrategias para fomentar la eficiencia energética, no sólo por parte de las empresas, es imprescindible una colaboración conjunta de la sociedad.
The new global panorama has made us reflect on the importance of incorporating new technologies in our cities. Connectivity and intelligent systems enable the efficient management of urban structures, energy efficiency, intelligent mobility and, above all, sustainability and improved quality of life for citizens.
Luis Gomes has defended his PhD thesis entitled “Microgrid Intelligent management systems based on a multi-agent approach and the active participation of end-users" and supervised by Sara Rodríguez González and Juan M. Corchado, professors from the BISITE Research Group.