Hierarchical optimization and grid scheduling model for energy internet : a GA-based layered approach

Lin, Lihua and Khan, Habib Ullah and Abdallah, Abdallah and Hashim, Fazirulhisyam and Rabie, Khaled and Khan, Imran and Ishak, Mohamad Khairi and El-Sehiemy, Ragab A. and Mahmoud, Karar and Darwish, Mohamed M. F. and Bayram, I. Safak and Li, Xingwang (2021) Hierarchical optimization and grid scheduling model for energy internet : a GA-based layered approach. Energy Reports. ISSN 2352-4847 (In Press)

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    Abstract

    The old economic and social growth model, characterized by centralized fossil energy consumption, is progressively shifting, and the third industrial revolution, represented by the new energy and Internet technology is gaining traction. The energy Internet, as a core technology of the third industrial revolution, aims to combine the renewable energy and Internet technology to promote large-scale use and sharing of the distributed renewable energy, as well as the integration of multiple complex network systems such as electricity, transportation, and natural gas. Energy Internet is a new technology that enables the power networks to save energy. Multi-energy synchronization optimization, on the other hand, is a significant problem. This paper proposes an optimized approach based on the concept of layered control-collaborate optimization to solve this problem. The proposed method allows the distributed device to plan the heat, cold, gas, and electricity in the regional system in the most efficient way possible. The proposed optimization model is simulated using a real-number genetic algorithm. It improved the optimal scheduling between different regions and the independence of distributed equipment with minimal cost.

    ORCID iDs

    Lin, Lihua, Khan, Habib Ullah, Abdallah, Abdallah, Hashim, Fazirulhisyam, Rabie, Khaled, Khan, Imran, Ishak, Mohamad Khairi, El-Sehiemy, Ragab A., Mahmoud, Karar, Darwish, Mohamed M. F., Bayram, I. Safak ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8130-5583 and Li, Xingwang;