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Industrial smart and micro grid systems – A systematic mapping study
Adrita, Mumtahina Mahajabin
O'Sullivan, Dominic T. J.
Energy efficiency and management is a fundamental aspect of industrial performance. Current research presents smart and micro grid systems as a next step for industrial facilities to operate and control their energy use. To gain a better understanding of these systems, a systematic mapping study was conducted to assess research trends, knowledge gaps and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the topic. Using carefully formulated research questions the primary advantages and barriers to implementation of these systems, where the majority of research is being conducted with analysis as to why and the relative maturity of this topic are all thoroughly evaluated and discussed. The literature shows that this topic is at an early stage but already the benefits are outweighing the barriers. Further incorporation of renewables and storage, securing a reliable energy supply and financial gains are presented as some of the major factors driving the implementation and success of this topic.
Industrial smart grid , Industrial micro grid , Systematic mapping study , Strategic energy management , Industrial facility optimization , Renewable energy resources
Brem, A., Adrita, M. M., O’Sullivan, D. T. J. and Bruton, K. (2019) 'Industrial smart and micro grid systems – A systematic mapping study', Journal of Cleaner Production, 118828, (11 pp). doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.118828