Avaliação do Desempenho de Smart Grids Via Método Multicritério de Apoio À Tomada de Decisão Construtivista (Smart Grid Performance Assessment Via Multicriteria Decision Aid Constructive Approach Method)

Guilherme Augusto Queiroz Schunemann Manfrin Oliveira (gui.schunemann@gmail.com)1, Robson Seleme (robsonseleme@hotmail.com)1, Izabel Cristina Zattar ( izabel.zattar@gmail.com)1


1Universidade Federal do Paraná

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: May 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 5 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Since their conception, electric systems have not been through large modifications regarding their topology, solutions and metrics. However, the use of sensors, communications, computational capacity and control to increase and improve the power system functionalities, concept known as Smart Grid (SG), has great potential to revolutionize the electric sector. Nonetheless, many difficulties emerge when implementing SG technologies in a large scale. These difficulties may be technical, financial, environmental, regulatory and managerial. In order to aid in this process, the goal of this research is to propose a novel approach on how to assess the performance of SG implementation projects. The approach is based on the multicriteria decision aid theory, specifically using the Multicriteria Decision Aid Constructive Approach (MCDA-C), due to its' logical and data treatment structures. A case study to evaluate the MCDA-C application was conducted, in partnership with a local utility SG pilot-project. With the use of this novel approach, it was possible to build a quantitative roadmap to monitor and improve the project performance. The main contribution of this work is the novel approach proposed, an adaptive model based on a multicriteria decision aid method that can comprehensively assess the performance of any SG project.

Index Terms:
smart grids, multicriteria decision aid, roadmap, project management   


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