Supply Side Management for Cost Optimization in Developing Countries Suffering with Power Outage

DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2015.34043   PDF   HTML     4,234 Downloads   4,700 Views  

Abstract

In this increasingly growing population especially in the developing countries, it is almost impossible to solve the energy crisis. This has led to the extreme growth of the back up power generation industry such as Diesel generators and home invertors. From the last couple of years the solar PV technology has started to penetrate in these geographies. This paper discusses on the supply side management of the electricity sources available to a consumer to manage his outage and also the over all cost optimization, as the cost of energy from every source is different and it also depends on the load curve, last but not the least also as to what time of the day what source or combination of sources have been used.

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Closepet, A. and Rao, K. (2015) Supply Side Management for Cost Optimization in Developing Countries Suffering with Power Outage. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 3, 319-325. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2015.34043.

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