Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Smart Microgrids

Edited by Majid Nayeripour

Cologne University of Applied Sciences

Co-editors:

Eberhard Waffenschmidt

TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences

Public support and feed-in tariff as a nonvariable compensation for the electric power production of energy have suppressed the risky investment of distributed generators (DGs) in smart distribution systems (SDSs). Although the using renewable energy technologies and the incorporation of plug-in DGs into SDS may have positive effects on congestion management, power loss reduction, and sustainability, they may create some difficulties relating to manage the system optimally by considering the intermittency of renewable resources in power production and uncertainties. Many researches have been carried out to deliver the high-quality power to the end-users with acceptable reliability. This book aims to present the recent materials related to the smart microgrids and the management of intermittent renewable energy sources that organized into seven chapters.

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Smart MicrogridsEdited by Majid Nayeripour

Published: July 11th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72092

ISBN: 978-1-78923-459-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-458-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-653-7

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

7679 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

3 Web of Science Citations

7 Dimensions Citations

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1. Renewable Energy Microgrid Design for Shared Loads

By Ibrahim Aldaouab and Malcolm Daniels

1292

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2. A Proposed Energy Management System to Overcome Intermittence of Hybrid Systems Based on Wind, Solar, and Fuel Cells

By Maria Fernanda Alvarez Mendoza, César Angeles-Camacho, Peder Bacher and Henrik Madsen

1035

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3. Energy Management System Designed for the Interconnected or Islanded Operation of a Microgrid Using LabVIEW Software

By Lucia-Andreea El-Leathey

1011

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4. Transformation of Conventional Houses to Smart Homes by Adopting Demand Response Program in Smart Grid

By Mohammad Shakeri and Nowshad Amin

919

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5. Unconventional Backup Structures Used in Smart Microgrids

By Lucian Pîslaru-Dănescu and Laurențiu Constantin Lipan

1204

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6. Assessment of Reliability of Composite Power System Including Smart Grids

By Thotakura Bharath Kumar, M. Ramamoorty and O. Chandra Sekhar

1205

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7. The EU Research Project PLANET

By Andrea Schröder, Christoph Kahlen, Mariapia Martino and Antonis Papanikolaou

1018

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