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Title: Predictive analytics for energy systems
Authors: Tharakan, Rohan Roy
Keywords: Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: Tharakan, R. R. (2022). Predictive analytics for energy systems. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Project: SCSE21-0289
Abstract: Decentralized energy systems or distributed energy systems aim to locate energy production facilities closer to the site of consumption. Such systems are being widely adopted in multiple countries and they promise lower costs to the consumers. This can be achieved as the inefficiencies related to transmission and distribution can be reduced compared to a single central power station. We will be focusing on a subset of the energy market, which is the electricity market. The global electric power generation, transmission, and distribution market is a 3 Trillion Dollar market and decentralized systems are on the rise. However, the challenge in such a system is to predict the direction of the flow of electricity based on the supplied from the energy production units and the demand from the neighborhoods of consumers. To solve this problem, various rule-based models have been built and most of them have not been updated with the latest technologies. Such a predictive model could save a lot of cost by helping facilities take the appropriate measures to store and transmit stored electricity. This project aims to explore a deep learning-based anomaly detection method that can be used for the prediction of the direction of the flow of electricity. The method used is called Deep one-class classification and it is ideally built to detect anomalies within the dataset.
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