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A hierarchical transactive energy management framework

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Jan

A hierarchical transactive energy management framework

When:
18 January, 2017 @ 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Asia/Dhaka Timezone
2017-01-18T15:30:00+06:00
2017-01-18T17:00:00+06:00
Where:
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology
141 & 142
Love Road, Tejgaon Industrial Area
Dhaka-1208
Cost:
Free
Contact:
IEEE AUST Student Branch
+8801620905513
A hierarchical transactive energy management framework @ Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology

IEEE AUST Student Branch and IEEE PES Bangladesh Section are jointly organizing an Inter University technical talk on “A hierarchical transactive energy management framework for residential microgrids”.

This talk will cover a hierarchical transactive energy management framework for a residential microgrid to share excess energy of prosumers with neighbors. A three-level hierarchical structure will be covered which facilitates energy management in different houses, energy sharing and transactions among neighbors as well as with the grid. The priority of sharing energy among different houses in a microgrid as well as with the grid is set in such a way that the houses, which have their own generation, will first fulfill their own demand. The power sharing among different houses demonstrates that there are some savings in electricity for a certain period. A generalized cost-benefit analysis framework has been developed by considering different tariff structures (flat rate and feed-in tariff) to assess the financial benefits of patrons to be involved in transactive energy management platform. Results from the analysis demonstrate that with the ever decreasing feed-in tariff, not only the prosumers but the residents without renewable energy sources and energy storage systems can be benefitted through the proposed transactive energy management scheme.

Speaker:

Dr. Apel Mahmud received his Bachelor degree in electrical and electronic engineering with honors (first class first position) from Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET), Bangladesh, in 2008 and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia, with the best thesis award in 2012.
In Australia, he worked as a research publication fellow at the University of New South Wales. He also worked as a research fellow at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and as a lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He is currently working as a lecturer at Deakin University, Australia. He is also serving as a Chair of IEEE PES Victorian Chapter and a committee member of IEEE PES Dynamic Performance Committee, USA.
He has published more than 120 scholarly articles over last six year including thirty two high quality journal papers.
His research interests include all aspects of power engineering, however, with major focus on microgrids.

 

Event Details:

Date: 18-01-2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Venue: Seminar Room, AUST

Additional Information:

  • The seminar is open for all.
  • No registration fee is required.

Contact information:

Maskura Nafreen Niti (01620 905513)

Toushif Adnan (01676 234342)

Fariha Mahzabin Islam (01685 646530)

Nuruzzaman Shagor (01681 685409)

Muhammad Ahsan Nahiyan (01521 444696)

Shaer Ahmed (01823 192288)

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