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Introduction

  • Zhongjing MaEmail author
  • Suli Zou
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Abstract

Over the past decade, smart grid systems, which integrate communication, control, and sensing technologies, have been deployed as hot research topics due to the stress operations of the power grid, increasing power demand, high penetration of renewable energy, and environment requirements [1, 2]. The researches that aim at cost saving, environmental friendly and intelligent operation of future grids cover economic dispatch and energy management in power grids, power markets, coordination of electric vehicles (EVs), demand response, secure problems, etc.

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