: Recently, the implementation of software/hardware systems based on advanced artificial intelligence techniques for continuous monitoring of the electrical parameters of intelligent networks aimed at managing and controlling energy consumption has been of great interest. The contribution of this paper, starting from a recently studied DC-MG, fits into this context by proposing an intu itionistic fuzzy Takagi–Sugeno approach optimized for the energy management of isolated direct current microgrid systems consisting of a photovoltaic and a wind source. Furthermore, a lead-acid battery guarantees the stability of the DC bus while a hydrogen cell ensures the reliability of the system by avoiding blackout conditions and increasing interaction with the loads. The fuzzy rule bank, initially built using the expert’s knowledge, is optimized with the aforementioned procedure, maximizing external energy and minimizing consumption. The complete scheme, modeled using MatLab/Simulink, highlighted performance comparable to fuzzy Takagi–Sugeno systems optimized using a hybrid approach based on particle swarm optimization (to structure the antecedents of the rules) and minimum batch squares (to optimize the output)
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