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A smart energy distribution and management system for renewable energy distribution and context-aware services based on user patterns and load forecasting

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4 Author(s)
JinSung Byun ; Sch. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Chung-Ang Univ., Seoul, South Korea ; Insung Hong ; Byeongkwan Kang ; Sehyun Park

Emerging green IT and smart grid technologies have changed electric power infrastructure more efficiently. These technologies enable a power system operator and a consumer to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by optimizing energy distribution and management. There are many studies of these topics with the trend of green IT and smart grid technology. However, existing systems are still not effectively implemented in home and building because of their architectural limitations. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a smart energy distribution and management system (SEDMS) that operates through interaction between a smart energy distribution system and a smart monitoring and control system. Proposed system monitors information about power consumption, a user¿s situation and surroundings as well as controls appliances using dynamic patterns. Because SEDMS is connected with the existing power grid and with the newrenewable energy system, we consider integration of new renewable energy system through electric power control. We implemented proposed system in test-bed and carry out some experiments. The results show that a reduction of the service response time and the power consumption are approximately 45.6% and 9-17% respectively.

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Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 2 )