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Effective Model Operation by Joining and-Separating Technique in Smart Grids

Hala G. Farrag, Reham S. Saad, and Hala A. K. Mansour
Faculty of Engineering at Shoubra, Benha University, Egypt.
Abstract—At present, cost is considering a serious factor in world of electricity. Finding ways to reduce overhead and shorten time factor as much as possible is now vital, when combined with finding best ways for transfer power. The Energy Service Providers (ESPs) have resorted to managing the coordination of each party's requirements by unifying units (the coalition) in utilizing way to deal with other unit's needs. The concept of coalition strategy based on using of the unified Micro Grids (MGs) units primarily on the GT-CFS strategy to get over high-speed routing requirements of smart grid, increasing revenues and maximizing the profit for all MGs networks. In paperwork, an explanation and comparison of how to make additional profit by applying two different ways “Shapley and Equal Sharing Role". The results also illustrating the mechanism.


Index Terms—Energy service providers, micro grids, game coalition formulation strategy, shapley value, equal sharing role.

Cite: Hala G. Farrag, Reham S. Saad, and Hala A. K. Mansour, "Effective Model Operation by Joining and-Separating Technique in Smart Grids," Journal of Communications, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 236-242, 2019. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.14.3.236-242.
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