Microgrids with local controllers and a variety of generation units (tri-generation, renewables), storage systems (electrical, thermal) and loads (residential buildings, offices, electrical vehicles, etc.) represent a challenge for the development of business models, strategies and approaches for local optimal scheduling, and demand response programs, and can contribute to delivering services to distribution system operators in a smart city.
Microgrids Design, Operational Management and Perspectives
Posted: 15 Apr 2015
Michela Robba and Mansueto Rossi
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