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SGCE 2024 Vol.13(1): 19–33
DOI: 10.12720/sgce.13.1.19–33

Power Electronics-Based Operation for Intelligent Energy Management in Microgrid

Anna Dorota Jarosz
1. Department of Power Electronics and Automation of Energy Conversion Systems, AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland
Email: anjarosz@agh.edu.pl

Manuscript submitted November 11, 2023; revised December 8, 2023; accepted December 30, 2023; published March 22, 2024

Abstract: This article focuses on intelligent energy management in microgrid systems, providing a comprehensive control engineering perspective on power electronics-based operation. The proposed approach utilizes advanced control algorithms to optimize power flow, load balancing, and integration of renewable energy sources within the microgrid. This article proposes the integration of multiple control strategies to create a hybrid approach that overcomes their disadvantages and addresses the limitations of individual algorithms. We aim to achieve a more robust and adaptive microgrid control method by combining the strengths of different control techniques. This hybrid approach leverages the power electronics capabilities while mitigating their limitations.

Keywords: Control algorithms, Hybrid control approach, Intelligent energy management, Microgrid systems, Power electronics-based operation

Cite: Anna Dorota Jarosz, "Power Electronics-Based Operation for Intelligent Energy Management in Microgrid," International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 19–33, 2024.

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