2021
DOI: 10.3390/en14196329
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Field-Validated Communication Systems for Smart Microgrid Energy Management in a Rural Microgrid Cluster

Abstract: This paper demonstrates a smart energy management scheme for solar photovoltaic-biomass integrated grid-interactive microgrid cluster system. Three interconnected microgrids were chosen as a cluster of microgrids for validation of the proposed community energy management scheme. In this work, a Global System for Mobile (GSM)-based bidirectional communication technique was adopted for real-time coordination among the renewable energy sources and loads. To realize the common phenomenon of local grid outage in ru… Show more

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“…Non-linear loads Power quality in microgrids is a critical issue as it directly affects the efficiency and reliability of electricity supply [9]. Microgrids are designed to operate independently by integrating multiple types of distributed power generators, such as solar and wind, and storage systems with batteries and sometimes connected to the main grid [10]. Ensuring high power quality in a smart microgrid requires analyzing, quantifying, and monitoring the voltage signal, and the subsequent task of controlling and compensating for disturbances is necessary.…”
Section: Wind Turbines Pv Panels Fuel Cellmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Non-linear loads Power quality in microgrids is a critical issue as it directly affects the efficiency and reliability of electricity supply [9]. Microgrids are designed to operate independently by integrating multiple types of distributed power generators, such as solar and wind, and storage systems with batteries and sometimes connected to the main grid [10]. Ensuring high power quality in a smart microgrid requires analyzing, quantifying, and monitoring the voltage signal, and the subsequent task of controlling and compensating for disturbances is necessary.…”
Section: Wind Turbines Pv Panels Fuel Cellmentioning
confidence: 99%