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Smart Energy Frameworks for Smart Cities: The Need for Polycentrism [chapter]

Joseph Nyangon
2020 Handbook of Smart Cities  
Such diversity allows smoothing of daily electricity load patterns and shifts electricity load to locations with greatest demand, thereby increasing cost-efficiency and network management.  ...  In this regard, demand management and demand response offer two strategies to even outpeak power demand: (1) load shedding and (2) load shifting.  ...  Cross-References ▶ Smart Cities: Overview and Glossary  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-15145-4_4-1 fatcat:kezpbkevy5bzngrpihtuc22qxy

Smart thermal networks for smart cities – Introduction of concepts and measures

R.R. Schmidt, O. Pol, D. Basciotti, J. Page
2012 EPJ Web of Conferences  
This paper will briefly present the "smart city" concept and introduce an associated definition for smart thermal networks defined on three levels: 1. the interaction with urban planning processes and  ...  the interface to the overall urban energy system, 2. the adaptation of the temperature level and 3. supply and demand-side management strategies. a  ...  Smart energy networks: Smart electrical and thermal grids are used to collect and distribute energy within a city.  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/20123304002 fatcat:6gyrpv6mpve5zo6rfid4vh45em

Efficient Energy Management for the Internet of Things in Smart Cities

Waleed Ejaz, Muhammad Naeem, Adnan Shahid, Alagan Anpalagan, Minho Jo
2017 IEEE Communications Magazine  
DSM reduces the electricity cost by altering/shifting the system load [5] . Generally, DSM is responsible for the demand response program and load shifting.  ...  The electric utility can contact consumers to reduce/shift their electricity consumption in return for certain monetary benefits.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2017.1600218cm fatcat:p2ctkshenzcbjl4pfdiryeceji

Energy Efficient Load Optimization Techniques for Smart Grid with Futuristic Ideas

2019 International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology  
The electrical network that is integrated with Internet of Things and synchronize the data in full duplex mode. The electrical grid is consists the generation, transmission, and distribution unit.  ...  Sometime our appliances received voltage from source is less than or greater than by its required rating.  ...  Shift of load is possible to another available source(s). 2019 Towards Efficient Scheduling of Smart Appliances for Energy Management by Candidate Solution Updation Algorithm in Smart  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijeat.a1778.109119 fatcat:yyj5z46derdkdntq7rqwn2x23e

Introduction to Network Protocols and Algorithms

Jaime Lloret
2009 Network Protocols and Algorithms  
In this paper a smart energy management system for home appliances has been presented. Based on hourly load data the system sets an optimal operating schedule for home appliances.  ...  The simulation results show that energy consumption in a household can be reduced by 30% by using the proposed system.  ...  The aim of the proposed scheme is to shift the consumer www.macrothink.org/npa Network Protocols and Algorithms ISSN 1943 -3581 2015 demand to off-peak hours.  ... 
doi:10.5296/npa.v1i1.239 fatcat:hocjmzcrbfhn5ma5zorlzwmlui

Selective Load Reduction in Power Grids in Order to Minimize the Effects of Complete Power Cut Using Smart Controller on MQTT Protocol

Mahesh Kumar Meena
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
A model is proposed to manage load in power cut (Reduce max demand of consumers at the time of power cut).  ...  Electricity cost is increasing day by day as the demand is increasing so to manage the cost effectiveness of electricity a model is proposed which will help the grid to analyses the peak demand and the  ...  Peak demand is a major problem in power system and has to manage by shifted to base/off-peak hours using load management system in order to reduce peak demand and electricity bill saving which can be gained  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.34531 fatcat:3banurpoarfqbolx3z4c3bwqzm

Smart Cities in Future Energy System Architecture

Elnur T. Mekhdiev, Victoria V. Prokhorova, Svetlana V Makar, Gafu G. Salikhov, Alexandr V. Bondarenko
2018 International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy  
The article also studies trends and approaches to urban planning with an emphasis on energy infrastructure, where success in "smart city" and "smart grid" concepts implementation is considered as overarching  ...  consumption of electricity.  ...  Another factor is the emergence of active consumers, who will independently manage their power consumption depending on the price conditions in the retail electricity market by transferring electricity  ... 
doaj:b1d165504ace4d99bbc2ca691275ec1e fatcat:ppiocbmkxfdp7hhkbzxbnjty6i

PowerMatching City, a living lab smart grid demonstration

Frits Bliek, Albert van den Noort, Bart Roossien, Rene Kamphuis, Johan de Wit, Jorgen van der Velde, Marcel Eijgelaar
2010 2010 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT Europe)  
Eijgelaar (Essent) Abstract--PowerMatching City is a living lab Smart Grid demonstration in the Netherlands consisting of 25 interconnected households (phase-I).  ...  A generic design has been developed that allows seamless coordination of hybrid heat pumps, µ-CHPs, electric cars, smart appliances such as freezers, washing machines etc. in a single ICT solution.  ...  In this case the maximum shift in electricity demand is limited by ratio of the heat buffered in the vessel and the heat demand of the household.  ... 
doi:10.1109/isgteurope.2010.5638863 dblp:conf/isgteurope/BliekNRKWVE10 fatcat:rsdi7uv3pvhrvk644hzs2h6hk4

Utilization of ICT and AI techniques in harnessing residential energy consumption for an energy-aware smart city: A review

Mahmood et al., Department of Computer Science, SZABIST Islamabad Campus, Islamabad, Pakistan
2021 International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences  
Using Demand Side Management (DSM), end users can manipulate their power consumption patterns such that electricity bills, as well as Peak to Average Ratio (PAR), are reduced.  ...  Furthermore, using Computational Intelligence (CI) in the said domain opens new horizons to preserve electricity as well as the price of consumed electricity effectively.  ...  Fig. 1 illustrates a vision of the near-future power sector within a smart city.  ... 
doi:10.21833/ijaas.2021.07.007 fatcat:ybwcgynwbbgp7a55j2uuuiwkja

A Widespread Review of Smart Grids Towards Smart Cities

Mina Farmanbar, Kiyan Parham, Øystein Arild, Chunming Rong
2019 Energies  
Nowadays, the importance of energy management and optimization by means of smart devices has arisen as an important issue.  ...  The current paper clarifies the importance of smart grids in launching smart cities by reviewing the advancement of micro/nano grids, applications of renewable energies, energy-storage technologies, smart  ...  Additionally, the consumers will have the freedom to manage their high wattage appliances such as air conditioning, electric water heaters, pool pumps, clothes dryers etc. by means of peak demand management  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12234484 fatcat:cgdjggywwrashnzowzvmemdz24

The role of smart grids in the building sector

Dionysia Kolokotsa
2016 Energy and Buildings  
metering technologies, and modern energy management techniques based on the optimization of demand, energy and network availability.  ...  The smart grids are modern electric power grid infrastructure for enhanced efficiency and reliability through automated control, high-power converters, modern communications infrastructure, sensing and  ...  ., 2.8% reduction in overall electricity use and a 1.3% shift in peak demand.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2015.12.033 fatcat:cfrgcg3e6fhzxoozidpqalqxfi

Survey of Smart Grid Concepts and Technological Demonstrations Worldwide Emphasizing on the Oman Perspective

Al-Badi, Ahshan, Hosseinzadeh, Ghorbani, Hossain
2020 Applied System Innovation  
This paper defines and discusses various SG system concepts such as virtual power plant, and active demand in consumer networks, and also presents drivers and roadmaps for development of smart grids worldwide  ...  The Smart Grid (SG) is considered as an imminent future power network because of its fault identification and self-healing capabilities.  ...  to the demand automatically; (c) Forecast demand, control, and manage power distribution network in real-time asset management of distribution systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/asi3010005 fatcat:tks455ps6fevplez25y6ne652y

State-of-the-Art Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Distributed Smart Grids: A Review

Syed Saqib Ali, Bong Jun Choi
2020 Electronics  
, distributed energy resources, and electric vehicles, to improve the reliability, energy efficiency, management, and security of the future power system.  ...  In particular, we discuss how artificial techniques are applied to support the integration of renewable energy resources, the integration of energy storage systems, demand response, management of the grid  ...  Smart meters installed in the private home sphere are smart in the sense that the consumers can beneficially manage their electricity consumption based on consumers and utility parameters.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics9061030 fatcat:ltpceutt5ngyvmg67aw7tm3zty

Methodology to simulate the impact of a large deployment of a residential energy management system in the electricity grid

Pedro Miguel, Luís Neves, A. Gomes Martins
2014 Electric power systems research  
The purpose of this work is to provide an insight for a possible methodology to implement demand response strategies at a city scale.  ...  The paper describes a methodology that identifies the start of operation cycles of appliances and other loads on a given general load diagram, enabling the simulation of load shifting caused by the operation  ...  The Smart-A project [26] can shed some light on this topic. The acceptance of smart operation by consumers, assessed by [26] , was very high for all three operation modes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.epsr.2014.07.012 fatcat:b3io2bv42vh2nnafwxuvnpjw5i

Machine Learning-Enabled Power Scheduling in IoT-Based Smart Cities

Nabeela Awan, Salman Khan, Mohammad Khalid Imam Rahmani, Muhammad Tahir, Nur Alam MD, Ryan Alturki, Ihsan Ullah
2021 Computers Materials & Continua  
In smart cities, the IoT devices are used for linking power, price, energy, and demand information for smart homes and home energy management (HEM) in the smart grids.  ...  The IoT is the backbone of smart city applications such as smart grids and green energy management.  ...  Every home's optimized power usage is acquired by inclined block rate (IBR), CDBR, and circular shift real-time electricity pricing, and with little shift each gets real-time electricity pricing.  ... 
doi:10.32604/cmc.2021.014386 fatcat:opkhrldqw5c65ilmkxvpzckmqa
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