Smart Grid Leading to Demand Side Management: A Perspective in terms of Categorizations and Limitations


Ali Raza,Sheeraz Ahmed,Zahid Farid,Najeeb ullah,Abdul Hannan,Junaid Ahmed Inam,



Smart Grid (SG),Demand Side Management (DSM),Peak-to Average Ratio (PAR),


In order to fulfill all demands of the customers, related to energy, the capacity of the Grid is designed in such a way that, it satisfies not only the average power demand, but also the peak power demand. In this paper, Demand Side Management (DSM),programs which play a vital role in near future Smart Grid (SG) has been considered.DSM aims either at reducing or shifting consumption to shape users’ energy consumption profile. In the energy zone, the country is facing severe short fall from the last two decades, and hence effecting not only the economic growth, but also the industrial development. The main goal of DSM is usually to encourage the consumers to use less energy during peak hours or to move the time to use energy in the off-peak hours.


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