publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . 2014

Smart Power Grid: A Holonic Approach

Negeri, E.O.;
  • Published: 14 Apr 2014
  • Publisher: Delft University of Technology
  • Country: Netherlands
The electrical power system provides vital support for the functioning of modern so- cieties. Driven by the growing interest in clean, reliable and affordable energy, the electrical power system is facing transitions. The share of renewable energy sources in electricity supply is growing. In addition, the end customers of electricity, such as households, are transforming into “prosumers” that can generate, store, and export elec- tricity. Moreover, the demand for active participation of the end customers in electricity market is rising. Furthermore, the increasing electrification of the transportation sector is foreseen to bring about large wave of electric vehi...
free text keywords: Smart Grid, Holonic Architecture, Load Management, Structural Assessment, Interdependent Networks, Energy Resources
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publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . 2014

Smart Power Grid: A Holonic Approach

Negeri, E.O.;