—The paper promotes Smart Home Electricity
Management System using Cloud Computing (SHEMS).
Through the Internet it can collect on-line data power
consumption, and can manipulate the power supply of the
connected electrical appliances. In addition, it can generate
daily, monthly and yearly reports on cost and kilo-watt per
hour usage of each appliances/loads connected to the system.
Thus, it enables the consumer or establishment to keep track
the real-time power consumption which allows users to save
—Cloud computing, electric energy
management, energy saving, remote supervisory control, smart
M. G. Garcia, H. B. Chan, B. E. V. Comendador, C. D. Celestial, and A.
E. P. Mercolesia are with the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (email:
G. B. Cornell is with the Polytechnic University of the Philippines and
Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Technology, Philippines.
Cite:Marvin R. G. Garcia, Hannah R. B. Chan, Benilda E. V. Comendador , Grant B. Cornell, Christopher D. Celestial, and Arc E. P. Mercolesia, "Smart Home Electricity Management System Using Cloud Computing (SHEMS)," Journal of Advances in Computer Networks vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 44-48, 2013.