Electricity consumption in general has become increasingly important. Electricity consumption without energy conservation contributes to the increase in interruption and leads to higher bills; the importance of rationalizing electrical energy is that it is one of the main pillars of the optimal exploitation of fossil energy sources such as petroleum and its derivatives used in power plants, which helps to preserve these sources for future generations  .
Power distribution reliability is a unique topic in the electric power industry due to its high impact on the cost of electricity and its high correlation with customer satisfaction  .
Since distribution systems account for up to 90% of all customer reliability problems, improving distribution system reliability is the key to improving customer reliability. To make effective improvements, a basic understanding of distribution system (functions, subsystems, equipment, and operation) is required  .
From the customer viewpoint the power system reliability means uninterrupted power supply starting from generation to the consumers. The reliability of a power system is affected by the frequency (number of interruptions during an analysis period), duration (the time of the interruption), and extent of the interruption (how many customer loads are interrupted). From the Scientists point of view, reliability assessment depends on determining mathematically the frequency and duration of customer interruptions  . Thus using aggregator will play an important role in the process of non-interruption of energy.
The electricity sector bears a large burden of electricity production to cover the peak loads, which only take a limited number of hours during the year. Therefore, it is necessary to inform citizens of the importance of rationalization and its benefits for the migration of unnecessary loads outside the peak time. The most important challenge to solve the problem is how to make the simulation for the consumer understandable so that the consumer can respond to the request submitted in the event of any increase in demand or failure in the processing of power in a particular area (active demand).
The work presented in this research is arranged in five departments containing the present department as follows:
Department Two: Proposed Methodology: Main Steps
1) Power distribution system in the presence of Active Demand
2) Genetic Algorithm
3) Experimental Results
Department Three: Conclusions
Department Four: References
2. Proposed Methodology: Main Steps
The proposed methodology for two methods of identification of the energy distribution system (AD) is discussed and includes the following sections, a brief discussion of the distribution method of the electrical energy of the proposed system and how to reduce the cost.
2.1. Power Distribution System in the Presence of Active Demand
A new concept in smart networks was first introduced within the Europe project (2008)  . Address by changing the pattern of consumer consumption to consumers, will add a new dimension to the problem of load forecasting, thus providing the load currently available for the most appropriate prediction techniques. It was approach in smart networks is based on analysis of the load in its components. They are the base load (representing different seasonal patterns) and the proposed approach will be outlined through a numerical example here simulating the effects of active demand. The main idea is that small business and consumers will play an active role in system electricity, and adjusting their consumption patterns based on the dynamics of the electricity markets thus, the new represents an opportunity to solve and support network constraints and develop renewable energy sources through flexibility that can be modified and that may provide economic benefits to all consumers  .
Aggregator is a device that simulates the active demand in a particular area and within a certain time, the aim is to try to reach the best distribution of electric power and try to avoid the interruption of electricity by rationalizing the process of consumption and try to give up unnecessary electricity, and for the mechanism of work of the Aggregator will be addressed later  .
2.1.1. The Aggregator
The network is made up of active demand from the distribution system operator, which contains many aggregators (see Figure 1). Each aggregator has consumers who are made up of small business customers and individual consumers. The distribution system operator asks the aggregator to increase or decrease power consumption in a particular area with specific time. The aggregator responds to the operator of the distribution system by sending a signal to consumers asking them to change their energy consumption over a specified period of time. The consumer has the option to respond or not to the aggregator. The aggregators force the consumers to change his energy consumption by sending them a signal telling them that the price of KWH is higher or lower at a given time, or by telling them that they will receive the bonus price if their energy consumption is different. The consumer will find it useful to change his energy pattern so that he gets the price of the bonus or even the electricity bill. For example, if power consumption is high in a given area, the aggregator may ask consumers to reduce their consumption, so that the network avoids overload or imbalance, and customers may respond by delaying a particular task (such as running a washing machine) at a different time. Other reasons the aggregator is required to reduce energy are when the KWH market price is high, when the weather is too cold or too hot. For example, if the renewable energy device operates in a given area and the power consumption in this area is low, the distribution system operator may ask the aggregator to increase power consumption. The aggregator responds to the distribution system operator by sending a signal to customers that the KWH at a specific time is low so that consumers increase their consumption   .
In Figure 2, the aggregator communicates with the consumer by means of the (DSO) and energy box within the consumer’s characteristic. First, in each hypothesis the energy box (EB) sends a signal to the distribution system operator about the consumption. The distribution system operator investigates the data from consumer by energy box, makes the appropriate decision and sends a signal to the aggregator, which sends the signal back to the energy box so that the customer changes its load consumption mode. The energy box sends a feedback about the customer decision, to the distribution system operator that sends it to the aggregator.
2.1.2. The Relation between the Energy Demand and the Supply Demand
Through this method and using the program Matlab and make some important changes, including the introduction of the aggregator to the program enabled us to obtain three possibilities for the demand for electricity, including:
Figure 1. The main stages of the power distribution of the proposed system using method least squares exponential.
Figure 2. The follow up operation model of active demand between the aggregator, energy box and DSO  .
1) If the demand for energy is greater than the supply.
2) If the demand for energy is equal to the supply.
3) If the demand for energy is less than the supply.
In these three cases, the first case is important because the required amount of energy is greater than the quantity offered (see Figure 3).
Where the requested energy of the consumer is determined by a least square exponential method (see Table 1). The consumer begins to determine the amount of energy based on the price declared by the energy box, where there is a relationship between the sub-sub aggregator and the energy box begins to determine the actual amount of energy per consumer and therefore these compounds send a signal to the aggregator connected to the main feeder by increasing the amount of energy or reduce it. This will equalize the amount of energy required and actual   .
By implementing the Matlab simulation program and adding the aggregator to it, have been able to get three types of energy demand and what concerns us is when the demand for energy is more than supply as shown Figure 3 in the blue curve.
Figure 3. Matlab output AD curve based on the aggregator.
Table 1. The simulate data of the peak load from 12 years.
2.1.3. Least Square Method
In this method used the equation
where y is the forecasted load, x is the number of years forecasted. A represents the initial load and b represents the load growth rate.
We can calculate a and b by using the following equations  :
where n is the number of years of previous data.
By replacing the regression coefficient, a and b, in Equation (1) and replacing the value of x we can get the forecasted peak load.
Figure 5 shows how time is distributed on sectors where the number (1) represents the industrial sector, which is very important in the first period of the day, which is from 8 am to 4 pm, where most of the vital installations in the work period, so the consumer has to reduce energy in homes because Most consumers at work thus reduce unnecessary energy in his home. Depending on the high energy prices for domestic consumers to try to persuade them to conserve energy. As for the number (2), it represents the trade and services sector, which is less important than the industry sector because it needs semi-stable energy. As
Table 2. Matlab output data based on the least exponential method and rate of growth 5.16%.
Figure 4. Matlab output curve based on the least exponential method.
Figure 5. Explains the five sectors and how time is allocated to them.
for the number (3), which represents the agriculture sector, it also does not need a lot of energy and the amount of energy is also semi-stable. The number (4) represents the public sector, which needs different amounts of energy according to the size of its establishment. The number (5) represents the housing sector, which plays an important role in energy conservation.
In Figure 6, nodes and total energy distribution are classified on the six feeders and thus can determine the amount of energy obtained by each feeder in the first period time. This helps us to know that if energy is applied to a specific node or feeder can respond to the demand by transferring the surplus to it.
Figure 6. The amount of energy obtained by each feeders.
2.2. Genetic Algorithm
Genetic algorithm is one of the most important tools of artificial intelligence as the program of the genetic algorithm is characterized by the characteristics of the smart program, namely (thinking, conclusion and learning) and this is what the smart program differs from other traditional programs. Genetic algorithms are an important technique in the search for the best option of a set of solutions available for a specific design. Genetic manipulation passes the optimal advantages through successive breeding processes and strengthens these traits. These traits have the greatest ability to enter reproduction, produce an optimal generation, by repeating the genetic cycle, the quality of the generation gradually improves (see Figure 7).
The mechanism of the genetic algorithm starts with the choice of the chromosome (Population) data set. Data is often represented in binary system. Also calculate the optimization function (fitness function) for each chromosome, which is the function of evaluating the intermediate and final results. The basic stages of the algorithm are as follows:
1) Selection: process of selecting the best individuals based on the optimization function.
2) Crossover: process of generating a new generation through the mating of the best individuals that have been chosen. This process is often carried out by the exchange of half-representation between parents.
3) Mutation: process of changing some of the characteristics of the generation resulting from the crossover process with the aim of improving it, and is often the change of the value of one or the change of location with another.
4) The algorithm ends with the evaluation of the new generation based on the optimization function and the decision to repeat the above basic processes or accept the results of the interim and to be satisfied and according to the requirements of the solution  .
Figure 7. Proposed system architecture using genetic algorithm.
2.3. Experimental Results
The proposed system was tested by its implementation in the Matlab program and the positive results were obtained. At the beginning of the system, the important division of the day was determined for the time and the prices of each time were also set. The total estimate of the energy produced by the generator was determined and distributed to the feeders. The demand was obtained from the aggregator where the demand for energy is greater than the supply. The system was run, power was distributed and distribution was obtained but not the best (see Figure 8), but after the introduction of the genetic algorithm, the optimal distribution was achieved and the cost was reduced by about half.
Through the use of genetic algorithm (see Figure 9), we have been able to obtain the best distribution possible and the lowest cost and at the same time there is no deficit in the electricity in a given region by responding to prices imposed during first time period. The aggregator has a great role by keeping the consumer in touch with the system and giving it continuous updates. All this contributed to the process of rationalizing electrical energy and thus reduce waste of resources and reduce the load on the generator.
2.3.1. Genetic Algorithm for Reduce Cost
Through Figure 10, the cost has been reduced by almost half. This explains the optimal use of electricity from the consumer through the application of time-based system for consumption on the basis of price. It is also noted that the use of the genetic algorithm led to a reduction in cost by half, which in turn refers to reducing the times of energy deduction.
Figure 11 shows the final cost. It is noted from the index that there is high volatility in the cost for each node. So can reduce the cost because the genetic algorithm has been introduced into the way the system works to get fitness function to avoid wasting resources.
Figure 8. Genetic algorithm flow chart.
Figure 9. The chart shows how to optimize energy distribution in first time period, after using G.A.
Figure 10. Shows ecost for all time before using G.A.
Figure 11. Shows ecost for all time after using G.A.
1) Figure 9 shows that the proposed distribution system, which is based on time for each sector, as mentioned above, and also based on the price for energy consumption, has been reached. Through this system, the best distribution of electrical power occurred when the genetic algorithm was introduced into the program and obtained the best solutions for distribution.
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