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An Optimal Power Scheduling Method for Demand Response in Home Energy Management System

S. Prakash, Chunchu Rambabu


Previous research and development where been carried out in the field of electric meter such as Remote wireless Energy measurement from Meter, Electricity meter based on RFID, GSM based Electric Metering System. But none of found to be an effective tool to eliminate the problems associated with power demand. The current project work is carried to solve the problems associated with power demand by designing an energy meter that effectively handle the power consumed by the consumer with the power available on that time. Giving the flexibility to the consumer to determine which devices or loads to be operated in a particular time which reduces the misuse of the power and effective power saved can be given to other places or industries for the better of the country’s growth. Prototype hardware is developed to demonstrate the efficient of the system.


RFID, GSM, Electric Metering System, Remote Wireless.

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