Coordination of smart home energy management systems in neighborhood areas: A systematic review


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Etedadi Aliabadi, F., Agbossou, K., Kelouwani, S., Henao, N. et Hosseini, S. S. (2021). Coordination of smart home energy management systems in neighborhood areas: A systematic review. IEEE Access, 9 . pp. 36417-36443. ISSN 2169-3536 DOI 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3061995

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High penetration of selfish Home Energy Management Systems (HEMSs) causes adverse effects such as rebound peaks, instabilities, and contingencies in different regions of distribution grid. To avoid these effects and relieve power grid stress, the concept of HEMSs coordination has been suggested. Particularly, this concept can be employed to fulfill important grid objectives in neighborhood areas such as flattening aggregated load profile, decreasing electricity bills, facilitating energy trading, diminishing reverse power flow, managing distributed energy resources, and modifying consumers' consumption/generation patterns. This paper reviews the latest investigations into coordinated HEMSs. The required steps to implement these systems, accounting for coordination topologies and techniques, are thoroughly explored. This exploration is mainly reported through classifying coordination approaches according to their utilization of decomposition algorithms. Furthermore, major features, advantages, and disadvantages of the methods are examined. Specifically, coordination process characteristics, its mathematical issues and essential prerequisites, as well as players concerns are analyzed. Subsequently, specific applications of coordination designs are discussed and categorized. Through a comprehensive investigation, this work elaborates significant remarks on critical gaps in existing studies toward a useful coordination structure for practical HEMSs implementations. Unlike other reviews, the present survey focuses on effective frameworks to determine future opportunities that make the concept of coordinated HEMSs feasible. Indeed, providing effective studies on HEMSs coordination concept is beneficial to both consumers and service providers since as reported, these systems can lead to 5% to 30% reduction in electricity bills.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: Coordination Decomposition Home energy management Neighborhood coordination Smart grids Demand response
Date de dépôt: 12 avr. 2023 12:10
Dernière modification: 12 avr. 2023 12:10
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