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PowerMatcher: multiagent control in the electricity infrastructure

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PowerMatcher: multiagent control in the electricity infrastructure
Different driving forces push the electricity production towards decentralization. As a result, the current electricity infrastructure is expected to evolve into a network of networks, in which all system parts communicate with each other and influence each other. Multi-agent systems and electronic markets form an appropriate technology needed for control and coordination tasks in the future electricity network. We present the PowerMatcher, a market-based control concept for supply and demand matching (SDM) in electricity networks. In a presented simulation study is shown that the simultaneousness of electricity production and consumption can be raised substantially using this concept. Further, we present a field test with medium-sized electricity producing and consuming installations controlled via this concept, currently in preparation. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.2.11 [Artificial Intelligence]: Distributed Artificial Intelligence – multiagent systems, coherence and coord...
J. K. Kok, C. J. Warmer, I. G. Kamphuis
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ATAL
Authors J. K. Kok, C. J. Warmer, I. G. Kamphuis
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