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FEDRP Based Model Implementation of Intelligent Energy Management Scheme for a Residential Community in Smart Grids Network

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In the framework of liberalized deregulated electricity market, dynamic competitive environment exists between wholesale and retail dealers for energy supplying and management. Smart Grids topology in form of energy management has forced power supplying agencies to become globally competitive. Demand Response (DR) Programs in context with smart energy network have influenced prosumers and consumers towards it. In this paper Fair Emergency Demand Response Program (FEDRP) is integrated for managing the loads intelligently by using the platform of Smart Grids for Residential Setup. The paper also provides detailed modeling and analysis of respective demands of residential consumers in relation with economic load model for FEDRP. Due to increased customer’s partaking in this program the load on the utility is reduced and managed intelligently during emergency hours by providing fair and attractive incentives to residential clients, thus shifting peak load to off peak hours. The numerical and graphical results are matched for intelligent energy management scenario.

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Q. Zia, M. Ali, Z. Zaidi, C. Arshad, A. Ullah, H. Rahman, M. Shahzad and B. Taj, "FEDRP Based Model Implementation of Intelligent Energy Management Scheme for a Residential Community in Smart Grids Network," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2012, pp. 338-347. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2012.34045.

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