Review on Design and Simulation of Electricity Theft Detection and Protection System with their techno-economic Study

Moitreyo L. Handique, Queen Kalita, Gitu Das

Abstract


Theft of electricity is a major problem faced by both developed as well as developing countries. It affects both the power as well as economic situation. It also at times is the root cause of blackouts. The objective of this paper is to design and simulate a system that can detect, which in turn, will help in protection from electricity theft.

Keywords


Electricity theft; Electricity protection; Smart meter, MATLAB Simulink; Smart-grid

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