An Autonomous Residential Smart Distribution Board: A Panacea for Demand Side Energy Management for Non-Smart Grid Networks

An Autonomous Residential Smart Distribution Board: A Panacea for Demand Side Energy Management... AbstractDespite the benefits of demand response in energy management, the non-existence of its key concepts; dynamic pricing and smart grid, in some countries makes its impracticable in these countries, therefore making energy management unattainable for their consumers. This paper proposed a Smart Distribution Board (SDB) using a priority model for energy management in non-smart grid network. An historical consumption signatures of user’s loads were used to develop a priority model for load units of the SDB. Performance comparison was carried out between the SDB and a conventional Distribution Board which has no level of intelligence. Results obtained indicated that the SDB correctly emulated the energy usage pattern of users, thereby ensuring load preference is maximally satisfied autonomously within a limited budgeted energy and period. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems de Gruyter

An Autonomous Residential Smart Distribution Board: A Panacea for Demand Side Energy Management for Non-Smart Grid Networks

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de Gruyter
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© 2018 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston
ISSN
1553-779X
eISSN
1553-779X
D.O.I.
10.1515/ijeeps-2017-0117
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Abstract

AbstractDespite the benefits of demand response in energy management, the non-existence of its key concepts; dynamic pricing and smart grid, in some countries makes its impracticable in these countries, therefore making energy management unattainable for their consumers. This paper proposed a Smart Distribution Board (SDB) using a priority model for energy management in non-smart grid network. An historical consumption signatures of user’s loads were used to develop a priority model for load units of the SDB. Performance comparison was carried out between the SDB and a conventional Distribution Board which has no level of intelligence. Results obtained indicated that the SDB correctly emulated the energy usage pattern of users, thereby ensuring load preference is maximally satisfied autonomously within a limited budgeted energy and period.

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International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systemsde Gruyter

Published: Mar 21, 2018

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