Microgrid System for Emerging Applications

Submission Deadline: 30 January 2023 (closed)

Guest Editors

Rajeev Kumar Chauhan, Department of Electrical Engineering
Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, India. Email: rajeevchr_nitj@yahoo.com

Kalpana Chauhan, Department of Electrical Engineering
Central University of Haryana Mahendargarh, India. Email: kalpanachr@cuh.ac.in

Alben Cardenas, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres, Canada. Email: Alben.Cardenasgonzalez@uqtr.ca


DC microgrids are becoming viable alternatives as a result of the increasing rise of DC loads in residential structures, as well as the fact that the majority of renewable energy resources and energy storage devices operate on a DC power supply. Redundancy, modularity, fault tolerance, improved efficiency, high dependability, easy maintenance, smaller size, and cheaper design costs are only some of the benefits provided by the DC microgrids. Researchers and engineers from industry, academia, and utilities will be able to share their knowledge, expertise, and experiences pertaining to DC Microgrids on this track, which provides a venue for such exchanges. The following are some of the interesting topics that will be covered:


• Economic aspects of microgrids

• Topologies of DC distribution systems

• Hybrid Microgrids configurations

• Distributed monitoring and control strategy for microgrids

• Protection and stability issues in microgrids

• DC distribution architectures in buildings

• Energy management solutions for microgrids

• Power quality issues

• Energy storage technologies

• Reliability and resiliency of microgrid

• Smart farming applications of microgrids


Microgrid system, energy storage, hybrid system, renewable energy resource, zero

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