Optimizing microgrid using demand response and electric vehicles connection to microgrid

  title={Optimizing microgrid using demand response and electric vehicles connection to microgrid},
  author={Sahand Ghaseminejad Liasi and Seyed Mohammad Taghi Bathaee},
  journal={2017 Smart Grid Conference (SGC)},
The classical modus operandi of electric energy systems try to keep demand and supply balanced at all times, but this cause high generation prices at peak hours and needs huge power capacity to comply peak demand, while in other hours this capacity remains useless. To avoid these issues, many researchers focus on peak shaving and demand response activities to improve system efficiency and reliability. In this paper, a game theory based method has been developed and simulated to show proficiency… 

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