Smart Grid. Fatemeh Saremi, PoLiang Wu, and Heechul Yun. US Electricity Grid. Aged Centralized Manual operations Fragile. Northeast Blackout – August 14, 2003. Affected 55 million people $6 billion lost Per year $135 billions lost for power interruption.
Fatemeh Saremi, PoLiang Wu, and Heechul Yun
Northeast Blackout – August 14, 2003
~$6 billion lost due to 8/14/03 blackout
Cost of Power Disturbances: $25 - $188 billion per year
Upgrade the grid in Smartway
In door power control room
Underground transformer vault
In door with microwave oven
Non-linear optimization model
Minimize the total annual levelized capital and operating costs of the candidate generators
Maximum size of each technology
Maximum number of units to be installed
The annual emission caps for CO2, NOx, and SOx
52 minutes per year
LOLP: Loss of load probability
“Trading Agents for the Smart Electricity Grid,” AAMAS 2010.
A day ahead electricity market
Average Transmission Line Capacity (log-scale)
S. Massoud Amin and Bruce F. Wollenberg, “Toward a Smart Grid,” IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, September/October 2005.
M. Pipattanasomporn and S. Rahman, “Intelligent Distributed Autonomous Power Systems (IDAPS) and their Impact on Critical Electrical Loads,” IEEE IWCIP 2005.
R. Li, J. Li, G. Poulton, and G. James, “Agent-Based Optimization Systems for Electrical Load Management,” OPTMAS 2008.
J. Li, G. Poulton, and G. James, “Agent-based distributed energy management,” In Proc. 20th Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pages 569–578. Gold Coast, Australia, 2007.
http://www.smartgrid.gov/, November 2010.
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