This book presents cutting-edge perspectives and research results in smart energy spanning multiple disciplines across four main topics: smart metering, smart grid modeling, control and optimization, and smart grid communications and networking.
Chapters from an international panel of experts in the field cover: privacy-preserving data aggregation in smart metering systems; smart price-based scheduling of flexible residential appliances; smart tariffs for demand response from smart metering platforms; decentralized models for real-time renewable integration in future grid; distributed and decentralized control in future power systems; multiobjective optimization for smart grid system design; frequency regulation of smart grid via dynamic demand control and battery energy storage systems; distributed frequency control and demand-side management; game theory approaches for demand side management in the smart grid; energy storage systems and grid integration; overview of research in the ADVANTAGE project; big data analysis of power grid from random matrix theory; a model-driven evaluation of demand response communication protocols for smart grid; energy efficient smart grid communications; and cyber security of smart grid state estimation.
- Part I: Smart metering
- Chapter 2: Privacy-preserving data aggregation in smart metering systems
- Chapter 3: Smart price-based scheduling of flexible residential appliances
- Chapter 4: Smart tariffs for demand response from smart metering platform
- Part II: Smart grid modeling, control and optimization
- Chapter 5: Decentralized models for real-time renewable integration in future grid
- Chapter 6: Distributed and decentralized control in future power systems
- Chapter 7: Multiobjective optimization for smart grid system design
- Chapter 8: Frequency regulation of smart grid via dynamic demand control and battery energy storage system
- Chapter 9: Distributed frequency control and demand-side management
- Chapter 10: Game theory approaches for demand side management in the smart grid
- Part III: Smart grid communications and networking
- Chapter 11: Cyber security of smart grid state estimation: attacks and defense mechanisms
- Chapter 12: Overview of research in the ADVANTAGE project
- Chapter 13: Big data analysis of power grid from random matrix theory
- Chapter 14: A model-driven evaluation of demand response communication protocols for smart grid
- Chapter 15: Energy-efficient smart grid communications
University of Durham, UK.
Hongjian Sun is a Lecturer in smart grids with the University of Durham, UK. He has made one contribution to the IEEE 1900.6a Standard and published four book chapters and more than 60 papers in refereed journals and conferences. His recent research interests include smart grids, wireless communications, and signal processing.Nikos D. Hatziargyriou Professor in Power Systems.
National Technical University of Athens, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Greece.
Nikos D. Hatziargyriou is Chairman and CEO of the Hellenic Distribution Network Operator and is Professor in Power Systems at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the National Technical University of Athens. He is chair of the EU Technology Platform on SmartGrids and author of one book and of more than 180 journal publications and 500 conference proceedings papers.H. Vincent Poor Michael Henry Strater University Professor.
Princeton University, USA.
H. Vincent Poor, FREng, ForMemRS, is the Michael Henry Strater University Professor at Princeton University. His research interests are in wireless communications, smart grid, and related fields. He holds a Ph.D. in EECS from Princeton, and honorary degrees from a number of universities. In 2016, he received the John Fritz Medal.Laurence Carpanini
Laurence Carpanini leads the development of Smart Energy Solutions for IBM in Europe. He has over 30 years' experience in the sector, providing strategic leadership, subject matter expertise and an infectious enthusiasm for smarter energy solutions driving industry transformation.Miguel Angel Sánchez Fornié Professor.
University of Comillas, Spain.
Miguel Angel Sánchez Fornié is Director of Global Smart Grids at the Spanish utility company IBERDROLA and Professor in the postgraduate course of energy in the University of Comillas. He is a member of the UTC Board of Directors and President of its European division, member of the Advisory Committee of the European platform "SMART GRIDS", and member of the Advisory Committee of the Smart Grids Task Force (DG Energy).