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A new multiscale tool for simulating smart-grid energy management based on a systemic approach

Abstract : Electricity needs are growing rapidly in developing countries. Some governments are encouraging the integration of renewable energy into the electrical grid to deal with the environmental issues, depletion issues, and pollution issues from current conventional power generation systems. Therefore, a reliable tool is needed to manage this energy mix. A tool based on two new different strategies is proposed for the management of smart grids. A comparison with the HOMER software was carried out to ensure the reliability of the proposed tool to simulate the management of this energy mix. Furthermore, this tool is capable of simulating the management of energy-mix flows from a building to a country. Users can visualize the simulated environment in a two-dimensional map and graphs of the energy mix management associated with this environment. This approach can serve as a decision-support tool, for instance, in the implementation of a new photovoltaic field or wind turbines.
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Ando Randriantsoa, Ali Hamada Fakra, Damien Fakra, Manitra Ranjaranimaro, Mohamed Rachadi, et al.. A new multiscale tool for simulating smart-grid energy management based on a systemic approach. Computers and Electrical Engineering, Elsevier, 2021, 94, pp.107292. ⟨10.1016/j.compeleceng.2021.107292⟩. ⟨hal-03278354⟩



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