Abstract: The quest for sustainable energy models is the main factor driving research on smart grid technology. Smart Grids represent the bridging paradigm to enable highly efficient energy production, transport, and consumption along the whole chain, from the source to the user. This paper describes a Smart Grid architecture implemented with the help of Web of Things. The goal of the Smart Grid architecture using Web of Things (WoT) is to provide the reliable power supplies to the consumers by making maximum use of solar energy source. The Web of Things comprise of a set of Web services provide on top of a number of Internet enabled Embedded devices. The Web browser on any computer can act as an interface to the services provided by this Web of Things. The Embedded devices are PIC16F877A, Raspberry Pi with Internet capabilities. REST API, Raspbian Operating System are used for process control on each of these embedded devices. The Web interfaces provide us information on each of the energy meters that are installed on site and communicate to the Embedded Internet devices using ZigBee. The real time energy source scheduling, energy source selection, power connection and disconnection are some of the surfaces that are provided to an online authenticated user.
Keywords: Web of Things (WoT), Smart Grid (SG), Solar Energy Source, Smart Home (SH)