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Photovoltaic Based DSM Technique for Power Saving in Residential Loads


Nisha Verma , RCET Khoka Kurud Bhilai,, C.G., India; Albert John Varghese, RCET Khoka Kurud Bhilai,, C.G., India


PV Array, DC-DC Boost Converter, PWM Inverter & Demand Side Smart Meters


Demand Side Management (DSM) is associated to means of adapting the electricity demand to the electricity production, transmission, and distribution in the grid. Smart Grids and Demand Side Management hold potential increase share of energy sources to distribute energy, reduce the need for the energy, and reduce the cost of the power for customers. The core objective of DSM is to attend the load over time by saving the peaks and to transfer as much of the flexible demand as possible way from peak time into periods of lower activity. The aim of my paper is to design a conceptual model, which designs the Domains included Applications and Actors related to Demand Side Management and smart metering. This paper focuses on demand side management (DSM) of households. The paper proposes power grid enhancement DSM techniques to form a system. The two techniques are: a) advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and b) solar photovoltaic (PV) systems installed on households. The aim of the AMI is to provide communication between the energy consumers. It brings energy awareness to households by providing them with more detailed energy consumption information which helps them manage their energy better. Integration of standalone solar PV supplements energy that households draw from the system. It reduces load catered by the grid. It can also save peak demand and hence delay need for large investment into new power stations.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I21505
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2018
Page(s): 2579-2581

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