Electrical Energy is a vital feature for any developing nation. To meet the growing demand, power generating plants of all types are being installed; even then the gap between the supply and demand is continuously increasing due to the depletion of natural resources. Hence, the way to over come the problem is optimal utilization of available energy sources. In this project, a methodology is shown to solve to design a model for load management during peak hours in case of domestic loads in both peak hours and off peak hours aiming to reduce the gap between the demand and the supply of electrical energy. Such that consumers and supplier both get beneficial at the same time. The project also presents the application of fuzzy logic and DSM techniques to the domestic loads, where in the power consumption can be limited during the peak hours there by achieving power conservation. The current method
developed is the extension and the part of the Demand Side Management. Simulation results are presented to show effectiveness of the proposed fuzzy logic and Demand Side Management strategy for load management.
INDRANIL SAAKI (2020). Electrical Load Demand Side Management strategy (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/73456-electrical-load-demand-side-management-strategy), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .