In this article, optimal energy consumption in the smart houses is studied considering techno-economic indices and demand side management (DSM) in electrical grids. The optimal energy consumption is implemented based on optimal scheduling of the household appliances than energy price and capacity of demand flexibility in DSM. The proposed approach is considered as two-stage optimization. Using first stage, energy consumption is modified by optimal shifting of the appliances subject to DSM and energy price. Thus, modified energy consumption is taken into accounted in second stage optimization to maximizing the consumers comfort and minimizing operation cost, simultaneously. The optimization process is done in the MATLAB software, in which objectives in second stage are optimized via lp-metric method. Finally, the performance of the proposed modelling is validated as case studies using numerical simulation.

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