Document Type : Research article

Author

Department of Electrical Engineering, Dolatabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran

10.61186/jgeri.1.1.65

Abstract

In this study, optimal energy management is addressed in the residential building. The residential building is equipped with renewable energies including wind turbines (WT) and photovoltaic (PV) systems. Stochastic programming is used to model the uncertainty of renewable energy resources. To manage these uncertainties and reduce the total daily cost of energy, the load control program is adopted. In this respect, five different types of loads are modeled in the building, including interruptible, uninterruptible, constant-energy, constant-power and movable loads. The above charges are properly adjusted and shipped to minimize energy costs and address the uncertainties of renewable energy by hybrid sine cosine shuffled frog leaping algorithm. The residential building is considered as later active in the network, which transfers energy from network to the building and vice versa. The simulation results show that the proposed model can efficiently harness all the energy possible from WT-PV systems, manage uncertainties, minimize total daily costs and operate as an island. All of these objectives are achieved by optimal load distribution and control within the proposed load control program.

Graphical Abstract

Utilizing Hybrid Sine Cosine Shuffled Frog Leaping Algorithm for Optimal Energy Management in the Residential building with Renewable Energy Resources and Corresponding Uncertainties

Highlights

  • Integration of WT and PV systems in residential building is modeled.
  • Different loading models are incorporated as load control program.
  • Both connected and island operation of residential building are considered.
  • Daily energy cost is minimized by using HSFL algorithm.
  • Load control handles generation uncertainty of renewable energy resources.

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