IJREE – Volume 5 Issue 3 Paper 2


Author’s Name :  B Don Dougles | Dr D Sabapathi

Volume 05 Issue 03  Year 2018  ISSN No: 2349-2503  Page no: 4 – 8



Electricity consumption within the world is consistently increasing, creating our lives become a lot of and a lot of captivated with electricity. There are some totally different models planned within the field of power grids. During this paper, we tend to concentration on micro-grids and propose priority-based hierarchal operational management for multi agent-based micro-grids. In this proposed approach by using the different sources the load shedding should be efficiently controlled. If sudden increase in load the power is compensated by using the battery storage system. The long run organization could be a new multi agent-based load cracking theme and multi agent-based classified construction to know such robust micro-grids.


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