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Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2264: Analyses of Distributed Generation and Storage Effect on the Electricity Consumption Curve in the Smart Grid Context

Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2264: Analyses of Distributed Generation and Storage Effect on the Electricity Consumption Curve in the Smart Grid Context

Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su10072264

Authors: Simona-Vasilica Oprea Adela Bâra Adina Uță Alexandru Pîrjan George Căruțașu

The householders’ electricity consumption is about 20–30% of the total consumption that is a significant space for demand response. Mainly, the householders are becoming more and more active and interested in diminishing their expenses related to the electricity consumption, considering different rates of the advanced tariffs. Therefore, in the smart grid context, especially for prosumers with energy sources and storage devices (SD), the electricity consumption optimization becomes attractive since they obtain significant benefits. On the other hand, the electricity suppliers design appropriate tariffs in order to reduce the consumption peaks and avoid the occurrence of new peaks. Based on the effect of these tariffs on consumers’ behavior, the stress on generators decreases and the electricity suppliers improve the demand forecast and adjust their strategies on the market. In addition, the grid operators are interested in the minimization of the consumption peak that leads to loss reduction and avoidance of congestions that would ensure at least the delay of the onerous investment in grid capacities. In this paper, we will run several scenarios for electricity consumption optimization in the context of smart grid that includes: sensors, actuators, smart meters, advanced tariff schemes, smart appliances and electricity home control applications. Our goal is to analyze the effect of the Renewable Energy Systems (RES) distributed generation (such as photovoltaic panels—PV) and storage on the consumption curve. The results show that consumption optimization with RES distributed generation and SD brings sustainable development of the power systems and significant benefits from the consumption peak and savings point of view.

Autoren:   Oprea, Simona-Vasilica ; Bâra, Adela ; Uță, Adina Ileana; Pîrjan, Alexandru ; Căruțașu, George
Journal:   Sustainability
Band:   10
Ausgabe:   7
Jahrgang:   2018
Seiten:   2264
DOI:   10.3390/su10072264
Erscheinungsdatum:   01.07.2018
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