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Random Forest Based Power Sustainability and Cost Optimization in Smart Grid

Version 1 : Received: 7 January 2022 / Approved: 11 January 2022 / Online: 11 January 2022 (13:01:08 CET)

How to cite: D, D.; Wróblewski, Ł.; A, S.; Hariharasudan, A.; Urbański, M. Random Forest Based Power Sustainability and Cost Optimization in Smart Grid. Preprints 2022, 2022010138 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202201.0138.v1). D, D.; Wróblewski, Ł.; A, S.; Hariharasudan, A.; Urbański, M. Random Forest Based Power Sustainability and Cost Optimization in Smart Grid. Preprints 2022, 2022010138 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202201.0138.v1).

Abstract

Presently power control and management play a vigorous role in information technology and power management. Instead of non-renewable power manufacturing, renewable power manufacturing is preferred by every organization for controlling resource consumption, price reduction and efficient power management. Smart grid efficiently satisfies these requirements with the integration of machine learning algorithms. Machine learning algorithms are used in a smart grid for power requirement prediction, power distribution, failure identification etc. The proposed Random Forest-based smart grid system classifies the power grid into different zones like high and low power utilization. The power zones are divided into number of sub-zones and map to random forest branches. The sub-zone and branch mapping process used to identify the quantity of power utilized and the non-utilized in a zone. The non-utilized power quantity and location of power availabilities are identified and distributed the required quantity of power to the requester in a minimal response time and price. The priority power scheduling algorithm collect request from consumer and send the request to producer based on priority. The producer analysed the requester existing power utilization quantity and availability of power for scheduling the power distribution to the requester based on priority. The proposed Random Forest based sustainability and price optimization technique in smart grid experimental results are compared to existing machine learning techniques like SVM, KNN and NB. The proposed random forest-based identification technique identifies the exact location of the power availability, which takes minimal processing time and quick responses to the requestor. Additionally, the smart meter based smart grid technique identifies the faults in short time duration than the conventional energy management technique is also proven in the experimental results.

Keywords

Smart Grid; Random Forest; Internet of Things; Power management; Machine Learning; Smart Meter; Priority Power Scheduling.

Subject

SOCIAL SCIENCES, Business and Administrative Sciences

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