The demand for electricity is growing every
day, resulting in increased generating and transmission
costs. India consumes around 3.4 percent of the world's
energy. Over the last 30 years, energy demand has
increased by an average of 3.6 percent every year.
During peak hours, electricity demand usually spikes
dramatically. In order to provide enough energy during
peak hours, it is vital to monitor the loads. The
government has taken initiatives to limit industrial
electricity consumption. Domestic demand reduction is
also a possibility. A load management model for
domestic dwellings is presented in this paper. If a
consumer consumes more electricity than the pre-set
limit during peak hours, a notification will be set and
load connected to solar will get turned on.