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Management and Control of Domestic Smart Grid Technology

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5 Author(s)
Albert Molderink ; Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands ; Vincent Bakker ; Maurice G. C. Bosman ; Johann L. Hurink
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Emerging new technologies like distributed generation, distributed storage, and demand-side load management will change the way we consume and produce energy. These techniques enable the possibility to reduce the greenhouse effect and improve grid stability by optimizing energy streams. By smartly applying future energy production, consumption, and storage techniques, a more energy-efficient electricity supply chain can be achieved. In this paper a three-step control methodology is proposed to manage the cooperation between these technologies, focused on domestic energy streams. In this approach, (global) objectives like peak shaving or forming a virtual power plant can be achieved without harming the comfort of residents. As shown in this work, using good predictions, in advance planning and real-time control of domestic appliances, a better matching of demand and supply can be achieved.

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IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 2 )