Energy Efficiency: Improving the renewable energy penetration in a smart and green community

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In this paper, we will focus on the energy efficiency by proposing a new concept to manage and improve the integration of the energy produced with renewable resources in a smart home community. By realizing this the total energy cost for that neighborhood will be reduced significantly and will also improve the quality of life. We even want to have a positive storage capacity in order to collect excess energy and redirect it to other neighborhoods belonging to the same area which are in need of energy. This will enhance the integration efficiency of energy produced locally, which will allow us to have a better quality of life, less gas emission, reducing greenhouse effect and resulting in a wiser management of the resources available in our cities.

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Abdelwahab, H., Moussaid, L., Moutaouakkil, F., & Medromi, H. (2018). Energy Efficiency: Improving the renewable energy penetration in a smart and green community. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 134, pp. 352–357). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2018.07.199

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