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energy management is to schedule energy units inside the systems, enabling an reliable, safe and cost-effective operation
These leaderboards are used to track progress in energy management
A Probabilistic Forecast-Driven Strategy for a Risk-Aware Participation in the Capacity Firming Market: extended version
This paper addresses the energy management of a grid-connected renewable generation plant coupled with a battery energy storage device in the capacity firming market, designed to promote renewable power generation facilities in small non-interconnected grids.
This paper presents to the power systems forecasting practitioners a recent deep learning technique, the normalizing flows, to produce accurate scenario-based probabilistic forecasts that are crucial to face the new challenges in power systems applications.
An emerging class of weather models based on neural networks represents a paradigm shift in weather forecasting: the models learn the required transformations from data instead of relying on hand-coded physics and are computationally efficient.
Even more importantly, a set of techniques is developed to help determine which factors most influence the score using SHAP values.
A microgrid is capable of generating a limited amount of energy from a renewable resource and is responsible for handling the demands of its dedicated customers.
In this study, we analyze the structural properties associated with the optimal control of a home energy management system and the effects of common technological configurations and objectives.
Conventional load forecasting techniques obtain single-value load forecasts by exploiting consumption patterns of past load demand.
CityLearn: Standardizing Research in Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning for Demand Response and Urban Energy Management
Rapid urbanization, increasing integration of distributed renewable energy resources, energy storage, and electric vehicles introduce new challenges for the power grid.
Peer-to-peer energy trading in smart grid through blockchain: A double auction-based game theoretic approach
With the aim of improving participants’ profits and reducing the impacts on the grid, we study a peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading system among prosumers using a double auction-based game theoretic approach, where the buyer adjusts the amount of energy to buy according to varying electricity price in order to maximize benefit, the auctioneer controls the game, and the seller does not participate in the game but finally achieves the maximum social welfare.