@inbook{Agn2020,Author = {Agnetha Flore; Jorge Marx Gómez},Title = {Requirements on Dimension for a Maturity Model for Smart Grids based on two Case Studies: Disciplined vs. Agile Approach},Year = {2020},Pages = {n.n.b.},Publisher = {IGI Global},Series = {Balancing Agile and Disciplined Engineering and Management Approaches for IT Services and Software Products},Booktitle = {Balancing Agile and Disciplined Engineering and Management Approaches for IT Services and Software Products},chapter = {14},type = {inbook},Abstract = {This contribution describes two different types of requirements engineering analysis of the necessary dimensions of a possible maturity model for Smart Grids to be implemented for utilities.For the first case study, the requirements engineering for necessary dimensions for a Smart Grid maturity model was elicited using a systematic literature research. On the contrary a more agile approach is used for the second requirements engineering (Meyer, 2014). For this more agile approach, interviews with energy suppliers were conducted, taking into account the analysis of the literature research. Various energy suppliers from Germany took part in the survey. The results were used to develop the basic framework for a maturity model for Smart Grids, which can still be tailored if necessary. Finally, future research activities for the application and further development of maturity models for Smart Grids in the energy industry are explained as well as the different procedural variants in the requirements analysis.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }