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Mega data center architecture under Smart Grid

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1 Author(s)
Montri Wiboonrat ; College of Graduate Study in Management, Khon Kaen University, Bangkok Campus, Bangkok, Thailand

The growing of the next generation Mega Data Center (MDC) in the 21st century needs more reliable electrical power supply. The distribution generations requires smart react to demand response of MDC. While, the evolution of WiMAX communication technology enhances the way we manage power distribution system. A chain reaction of global warming imposes a variety of response included reduce carbon emission and using energy more efficiency and effectiveness. Energy-related costs, power quality, reliability have become critical factors of the major operating components in data centers. Smart Grid emerges to answer all above the questions. This research model aims to investigate emerging technologies and utility demand response of MDC after installation AMI on each data center. A case study on simulation model of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) deployment integrated with advanced distribution management system (ADMS) and distributed generation (DG) and renewable energy (RE) as an ecosystem.

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2012 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation Systems (PEDG)

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25-28 June 2012