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CHAPTER 6
CONCLUSIONS AND SCOPE FOR FUTURE WORK
6.1 CONCLUSIONS

Smart Energy Information Management System will be controlled by


redistributing demand which reduce demand supply Mismatch
significantly

Smart Data warehouse is designed to handle the Petabytes


(thousands of Tetra bytes data)

The distribution systems will have advanced metering, robust


communications

capability,

extensive

automation,

distributed

generation, and distributed storage. Through the integrated use of


these technologies, Smart Grids will be able to self heal, provide
high reliability and power quality, be resistant to cyber attacks,
operate with multi-directional power flow, increase equipment
utilization, operate with lower cost, and offer customers a variety of
service choices.

Smart appliances should be used in conjunction with smart grid


for reducing the peak demand. Real time information feedback
regarding peak load conditions sent to smart appliances at
customer site

Reduced variability in consumption leads to lower breakdowns and


lower operating costs.

OLAP system can be used to decide the load conditions based on


aggregate consumption data and supply data and this information

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can be relayed to smart appliances control panels of select
customer groups for automatically adjusting demand.

OLAP systems can be used to combine appliance wise power


consumption at each customer site with real time price information
which is a function of demand.

This information can be made available to the consumer using a


web

interface

and

helps

the

customer

analyze

the

energy

consumptions of different appliances in terms of cost and program


the smart appliances better.

Smart appliances need to be programmed to intelligently to deal


with demand signals from the smart grid e.g. not shutting down
when they are very close to the completion of an operation or in
case they are performing a critical operation.

The proposed architecture provides numerous other benefits like


better demand forecasting, providing information for trading and
investment decisions.

Smart grid used with smart appliances has the potential to


revolutionize the energy management as it reduces and redistribute demand automatically.

Provides valuable insights to customers which ultimately save the


environment by reducing the carbon footprint of power companies.

Balance of local (smart appliances) and global (supplier driven)


Energy optimization

Reduced variability in consumption leads to lower operating costs


for suppliers

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The following Conclusions are noted from the Implementation
of

Smart

Energy

Information

Management

Systems

for

Anantapur Circle.

HT consumption on an average 55 percentage and LT consumption


on an average 44 percentage for over period of six Months

Major Consumption consumers are Industry General (HT1) and


Domestic (LT1) Categories

It is observed the feeder wise losses on average around 15


percentage

It is observed that Tadipatri Rural and Anantapur Urban are


maximum consumption in these divisions

It is observed that top five feeders by consumption in each division


and analyzed the load patterns

It is observed Top five Transformers by consumptions in each feeder


and analyzed the load patterns

It is observed Analyzed two years consumption trend for different


type category consumers

It is observed Appliances wise consumption and cost for different


type category consumers

It is observed Plant wise Consumption and cost for different type


category consumers

It is noted the On Peak , Off Peak and Mid Peak for Monthly
consumptions

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It is noted the On Peak , Off Peak and Mid Peak daily


consumptions

It is noted Hourly , half-hourly and Minute wise consumptions


patterns for different type category consumers

It is observed the benefits to consumers and suppliers by using


Time of Use Tariff and direct savings.

6.2 SCOPE FOR FUTURE WORK

In this thesis analysis has been carried out with consumption


patterns at various levels. The analysis can be extended to
generations plants in the SEIMS.

As discussed in this thesis, the analysis is considered for


Anantapur district it can be extended to Andhra Pradesh and India.

Modeling of energy Data warehouse can be implemented on


different Data warehouse Softwares and analyze the Pros and cons

The different types TOU tariff can be designed by analyzing the


different load patterns

Master data standardization can be developed for strong analysis

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