Utility Dependency Reduction by Multi-Agent Participation in Smart Grid

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S. Singh


The Electric vehicle has a battery to store electric energy in the form of chemical energy as the energy stored in invertor’s batteries. These sources are used as a self-supporting energy source at the time of outage of electricity due to a fault, equipment’s failure and other not working conditions if they have stored energy. In this paper, a multi-agent system is consisting of microgrid agent, home agent, control distribution agent, and supply source. The supply source agents include those agents who control the storage; it also called as energy storage agents which are controlled by house agents. If the utility is not providing the demand energy to the consumers due to fault or some other reasons in this case stored energy in batteries and other resources like a solar panel, small wind plant of the microgrid and provide the energy within the microgrid and outside the microgrid. In this paper main focus is given on the Priority index, cost optimization, and load optimization algorithms. By doing this it helps in providing the energy during the outage at the lower cost and dependency on the main grid may be reduced. It also boosts the principle of bidirectional flow of power which make consumer as a supplier also. This will reduce the electric bill charges and increases the reliability of supply electricity.


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Singh, S. (2019). Utility Dependency Reduction by Multi-Agent Participation in Smart Grid. Advances in Systems Science and Applications, 19(2), 90-100. https://doi.org/10.25728/assa.2019.19.2.701