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JADE Modeling for Generic Microgrids

  • Guillaume GuerardEmail author
  • Hugo Pousseur
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 148)

Abstract

Around the world, smart grids are being developed to reduce the electric waste and to prevent blackouts. Simulating microgrid, an eco-district or virtual power plant, is challenging, considering their different behaviors and structures. Each one varies according to several aspects: social, economic, energetic, mobility, and the well-being of its inhabitants. This paper proposes a demand-side management of a microgrid with a systemic approach, the model is based on the JADE framework and generic data from the literature. This paper focuses on the ability of microgrid to regulate its consumption with flexibility.

Keywords

Microgrid Demand-side management Multi-agent system JADE 

Notes

Acknowledgements

One of the authors is in an engineering school (France, same degrees as M.Sc.). He works in a half-time curriculum with an associated professor about his subject: a multi-agent model for microgrid applications. This paper concludes his curriculum.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research CenterLéonard de Vinci pôle UniversitaireParis La DéfenceFrance

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