Versatile Energy Scheduler Compatible with Autonomous Demand Response for Home Energy Management in Smart Grid: A System of Systems Approach
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The future home energy management system (HEMS) in smart grid will need to include contractual grid regulations imposed by the utility while also taking into consideration the domestic users’ comfort, preferences, budget, and security. The emerging autonomous demand response (ADR) programs have initiated steps in utilizing sophisticated software algorithms for the scheduling and optimization of HEMS. This paper proposes a system of systems approach as a versatile energy scheduling system that takes into account the components, characteristics and methodologies required for achieving an efficient level of energy consumption in the residential sector of the smart grid.
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