The sheer scale of the smart grid is almost incomprehensible. It is unreasonable, therefore, to presume that modernizing the power system equates to consolidating all aspects of real-time decision-making. Part of a comprehensive approach to designing and building the smart grid involves asking ourselves, rather than integrating more and more information exchange with increasingly complex control at higher and higher hierarchical levels, how can the opposite add value?
Integrating Microgrids and Multi-agent Management
Posted: 14 Sep 2014
Authors:Christopher M. Colson and Dr. M. Hashem Nehrir
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