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The main aim of our paper is the power management and load sharing of power system using IOT technologies, also known as demand side management (DSM).It is the process of balancing the generated power on the grid side with the electrical load by adjusting or controlling the load rather than the power station output. This can be achieved by direct intervention of the utility in real time, by the use of frequency sensitive relays triggering the circuit breakers (ripple control), by time clocks, or by using special tariffs to influence consumer behavior. Load management allows utilities to reduce demand for electricity during peak usage times (peak shaving), which can, in turn, reduce costs by eliminating the need for peaking power plants. In addition, some peaking power plants can take more than an hour to bring on-line which makes load management even more critical should a plant go off-line unexpectedly for example. Load management can also help reduce harmful emissions, since peaking plants or backup generators are often dirtier and less efficient than base load power plants. New load-management technologies are constantly under development both by hospital, private industry and public entities.

Whenever there is an demand occurred on generating side the load is shared and providing the priority to the particular sector (Hospitality), at the same time providing the un-interrupted power supply to the other sector (Industrial and domestic) and we can monitor this process using IOT technology.

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G.Paranjothi, D.MuhamadhaBegam, M.Indumathi, R.Deepika, & M.Akila. (2021). Smart grid power management and load sharing system using IOT. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 7(1), 105–112. Retrieved from