This bachelor´s thesis deals with self-consumption management in renewable distributed generation systems. Self-consumption can be defined as the share of the total produced electricity directly consumed by the system owner. Its increase can be achieved by the accumulation of electrical energy or load management, also called demand side management (DSM) through a suitable control and regulation of households appliances and equimpents. The work includes the categorization of appliances in terms of the potential for demand side management and a description and design a concept of domestic load management systems
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