Decision Support System for a Low Voltage Renewable Energy System
AbstractThis paper presents the development of a decision support system (DSS) for a low-voltage grid with renewable energy sources (photovoltaic panels and wind turbine) which aims at achieving energy balance in a pilot microgrid with less energy consumed from the network. The DSS is based on a procedural decision algorithm that is applied on a pilot microgrid, with energy produced from renewable energy sources, but it can be easily generalized for any microgrid. To underline the benefits of the developed DSS two case scenarios (a household and an office building with different energy consumptions) were analyzed. The results and throw added value of the paper is the description of an implemented microgrid, the development and testing of the decision support system on real measured data. Experimental results have demonstrated the validity of the approach in rule-based decision switching. View Full-Text
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Stamatescu, I.; Arghira, N.; Făgărăşan, I.; Stamatescu, G.; Iliescu, S.S.; Calofir, V. Decision Support System for a Low Voltage Renewable Energy System. Energies 2017, 10, 118.
Stamatescu I, Arghira N, Făgărăşan I, Stamatescu G, Iliescu SS, Calofir V. Decision Support System for a Low Voltage Renewable Energy System. Energies. 2017; 10(1):118.Chicago/Turabian Style
Stamatescu, Iulia; Arghira, Nicoleta; Făgărăşan, Ioana; Stamatescu, Grigore; Iliescu, Sergiu S.; Calofir, Vasile. 2017. "Decision Support System for a Low Voltage Renewable Energy System." Energies 10, no. 1: 118.
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