Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Energy Efficiency Improvements in Smart Grid Components

Edited by Moustafa Eissa

Helwan University, Egypt

This book is intended for academics and engineers who are working in universities, research institutes, utility and industry sectors wishing to enhance their idea and get new information about the energy efficiency developments in smart grid. The readers will gain special experience with deep information and new idea about the energy efficiency topics. This book includes lots of problems and solutions that can easily be understood and integrated into larger projects and researches. The book enables some studies about monitoring, management and measures related to smart grid components, Energy Efficiency Improvements in smart grid components and new intelligent Control strategies for Distributed energy resources, boosting PV systems, electrical vehicles, etc. It included optimization concepts for power system, promoting value propositions; protection in power system, etc. The book also has some recent developments in solar cell technologies, LEDs and non thermal plasma technology. As I enjoyed preparing this book I am sure that it will be very valuable for large sector of readers.

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Energy Efficiency Improvements in Smart Grid ComponentsEdited by Moustafa Eissa

Published: April 22nd 2015

DOI: 10.5772/58493

ISBN: 978-953-51-2038-4

Copyright year: 2015

Books open for chapter submissions

14571 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

1 Web of Science Citations

10 Dimensions Citations

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1. Egyptian Wide Area Monitoring System (EWAMS) Based on Smart Grid System Solution

By M.M. Eissa, Mahmoud M. Elmesalawy, Ahmed Soliman, Ahmed A. Shetaya and Mahmoud Shaban

2689

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2. Focus on Energy Efficiency Through Power Consumption Disaggregation

By Rodrigo M. Bacurau, Luís F. C. Duarte and Elnatan C. Ferreira

971

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3. Improving Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing Systems — Literature Review and Analysis of the Impact on the Energy Network of Consolidated Practices and Upcoming Opportunities

By Miriam Benedetti, Vittorio Cesarotti and Vito Introna

949

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4. Energy Efficiency Improvements in a Distribution Network based on Local Voltage Control using Energy Storage Systems and Active Loads

By Lucian Mihet-Popa and Voicu Groza

1119

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5. Efficiency Boosting for PV Systems- MPPT Intelligent Control Based

By Farhat Maissa and Sbita Lassâad

1235

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6. Energy Efficiency of Electric Vehicles – Energy Saving and Optimal Control Technologies

By Guoqing Xu, Chunhua Zheng, Yanhui Zhang, Kun Xu and Jianing Liang

1218

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7. Optimization of Hybrid Energy Efficiency in Electrical Power System Design

By Kenneth E. Okedu, Roland Uhunmwangho, Ngang Bassey Ngang and Richard Azubuike John

885

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8. Increasing Energy Efficiency by Reducing Losses and Promoting Value Propositions

By Rune Gustavsson and Leif Marcusson

682

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9. Heuristic Optimization Method for Power System Protection Coordination — An Intelligent Tool for Energy Efficiency Improvement

By Rabah Benabid and Mohamed Boudour

1023

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10. Recent Developments on Silicon Based Solar Cell Technologies and their Industrial Applications

By Jiahe Chen

1893

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11. High Throughput Quantum Dot Based LEDs

By P. Amini, M. Dolatyari, G. Rostami and A. Rostami

1169

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12. Experimental Research on Development Energy Efficiency of Non-Thermal Plasma Technology

By Tao Zhu

738

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