This paper mainly deals with the development of an energy management model using a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system. A predictive controller is implemented above the centralised SCADA platform. The distribution networks have been focused by a monitor, control and maintain equipment in the substations to reduce the operating cost. This research proposes a new energy management model that enables a flexible and also efficient operation of various power plants. The distribution control centre (DCC) is being monitored and controlled by SCADA systems and the DCC has become an important energy efficient policy concept. Based on the numerical calculations and graphical representations the renewable energy sources in both configurations, is independent of the enduring or intermittent main energy resource availability, which can lead to effective production.
R. Subramani and Vijayalakshmi, C., “Implementation of Optimal Scheduling Model for Power Flow System”, International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 151 – 162, 2019.