An Event-Triggered Online Energy Management Algorithm of Smart Home: Lyapunov Optimization Approach
AbstractAs an important component of the smart grid on the user side, a home energy management system is the core of optimal operation for a smart home. In this paper, the energy scheduling problem for a household equipped with photovoltaic devices was investigated. An online energy management algorithm based on event triggering was proposed. The Lyapunov optimization method was adopted to schedule controllable load in the household. Without forecasting related variables, real-time decisions were made based only on the current information. Energy could be rapidly regulated under the fluctuation of distributed generation, electricity demand and market price. The event-triggering mechanism was adopted to trigger the execution of the online algorithm, so as to cut down the execution frequency and unnecessary calculation. A comprehensive result obtained from simulation shows that the proposed algorithm could effectively decrease the electricity bills of users. Moreover, the required computational resource is small, which contributes to the low-cost energy management of a smart home. View Full-Text
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Fan, W.; Liu, N.; Zhang, J. An Event-Triggered Online Energy Management Algorithm of Smart Home: Lyapunov Optimization Approach. Energies 2016, 9, 381.
Fan W, Liu N, Zhang J. An Event-Triggered Online Energy Management Algorithm of Smart Home: Lyapunov Optimization Approach. Energies. 2016; 9(5):381.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fan, Wei; Liu, Nian; Zhang, Jianhua. 2016. "An Event-Triggered Online Energy Management Algorithm of Smart Home: Lyapunov Optimization Approach." Energies 9, no. 5: 381.
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