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Correction of The Day-Ahead Load Profiles To Improve The Commercial and Industrial Microgrid Efficiency
Abstract—The creation of a commercial and industrial microgrid (CIM), where power is generated only from renewable energy sources (RES), has a positive effect on the environment. CIM is a local energy cell connected to the power system by a power transmission line. Special rules are developed to regulate the relationship between the CIM and the power system for the violation of which a fine is imposed. Compliance with these rules by the CIM requires the creation of a CIM management strategy aimed at avoiding a fine. Within the framework of this strategy, active consumers and energy storage systems play an important role in reducing fines and maintaining the power balance in the CIM. The study aims to explore the possibility of optimal functioning of an environmentally friendly CIM without violating obligations to the power system. This paper describes the problem of optimal distribution of control actions (CA) among active consumers (ACs) in a particular operating state and the calculation of an indicator that characterizes this operating state.