The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Enhancing Energy Management in Microgrid Systems

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Mainaa Oudinga


This look at investigates the effect of artificial intelligence (AI) on microgrid overall performance thru a quantitative evaluation of strength performance, reliability, and real-time optimization metrics. Two hypothetical microgrid systems, System A and System B, are examined, revealing that AI-pushed power management in System A outcomes in superior effects in comparison to System B. Descriptive facts exhibit that System A reveals higher strength efficiency (85.2%), increased reliability indices, and more advantageous actual-time adaptability, showcasing the capacity advantages of AI integration. These findings align with current literature, emphasizing the transformative position of AI in optimizing decentralized energy structures. The look at indicates that making an investment in AI technologies for microgrid power management holds promise for attaining sustainability and resilience. Future research need to consciousness on empirical research with actual-global facts to validate these findings.

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