Efficient Energy Performance within Smart Grid

Authors: Khizer Ayaz, Muhammad Sohail Sulemani, Naseer Ahmed

ABSTRACT
The Smart Grid, regarded as the next generation power grid, uses two-way flows of electricity and information to create a widely distributed automated energy delivery network. Energy/power plays a critical role for social, economic and industrial development. Because of industrial generalization, especially in agricultural and economical activities, the energy demand has increased rapidly in developed countries. Generation and usage of energy has direct impact on modern power grid. In this scenario energy management is a hard task because load is dynamic and we don’t have control over it. Renewable or undepleted energy resources have great applications and impact in current electric power system situation. For example it gives pollution free (green) energy which is environment and user friendly. It is cost effective; it uses natural resources for its generation and hence do not waste any coal, gas etc. There are many inducements to empower energy productivity. As current smart grid is complex and non linear in operation and design, it used an optimized method that provides maximum efficiency with minimum input. Our work depicts a case study of hybrid electric aircraft for achieving high performance.

Source:

Journal: Smart Grid and Renewable Energy
DOI: 10.4236/sgre.2017.83005 (PDF)
Paper Id: 74549 (metadata)

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2 Responses to Efficient Energy Performance within Smart Grid

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