Information technology control of alternative energy objects
Keywords:distributed generation, information systems, agent-based modeling, simulation, database
The significant losses of useful energy that occurs during transportation energy to the end users from large power plants to ultimate users causes to look for alternative ways of organizing the activities of the grid. Hybrid energy system based on renewable energy helps to achieve an optimal relationship between generation and consumption of energy. Thus, paper discusses the topicality of the using of information technology for renewable energy control in the construction of hybrid grids and also problems arising in this case.
Here are proposed the architecture of analytical information system for control of hybrid power systems based on the energy of wind and sun, on the basis of the analysis information flow in it. It was indicated key factors influencing to the production of electricity and were generated questions, the answers to which gives the system. During creating the proposed architecture was decided to use the client-server technology with the assistance of software agents. It was established that the proposed method of agent-based modeling allows to make an independent work of the grid investigation from access of ordinary users.
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