Optimization of Electricity Bill on Study of Energy Audit by Using Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources

  • Shubham Soni
  • Inderpreet KaurEmail author
  • Deepak KumarEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 768)


Demand of electricity increases globally day by day. Electricity consume in different each sector (industrial, commercial and institutional). Academic building energy consumption is different from residential and commercial buildings. A sincere attempt of the Energy Audit at Chandigarh University Gharuan Mohali, to estimate the Energy consumed in a day, week and month. In this audit identify the wastage of electricity in different academic buildings, campus cafe, Hostels, and hospital. The objective of Energy audit is to achieve and maintain optimum electricity utilization and minimize electricity bill without affecting load demand and quality. After auditing and analysis we suggest idea for reduce electricity and also mention the Estimate the implementation costs and payback periods for each recommended action can made. The analysis of the building data has been done with the help of power system analysis software package.


Challenge Distribution generation Energy audit Integration of DG 



My paper would not have been written without help of our electrical department teachers Inderpreet Kaur, Deepak Kumar. I am very thankful to my all teachers those helping me regarded my review paper. My teachers provided me extensive personal and professional guidance about the review paper and taught me about scientific research. I would like to thank my parents, whose guidance and love are with me in whatever I pursue.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chandigarh UniversityMohaliIndia

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