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The Effect of Responsive Demand in Domestic Sector on Power System Operation in the Networks with High Penetration of Renewables


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Hamidi, V., Li, F. and Robinson, F., 2008. The Effect of Responsive Demand in Domestic Sector on Power System Operation in the Networks with High Penetration of Renewables. In: Energy, S., ed. General Meeting of the IEEE Power and Energy Society, 2008-07-20 - 2008-07-24, Pittsburgh, PA.

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Abstract

In this paper, the amount of dispatchable responsive demand from domestic sector with different methods of charging has been evaluated and the benefits of responsive demand in order to increase the security, reducing the emissions and production cost in an intermittent system has been presented. Additional benefit; the value of wind is also demonstrated. The quantification was performed on the IEEE 30 busbar system through Security Constrained Unit-Commitment (SCUC) as assessment tool.

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Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)
CreatorsHamidi, V., Li, F. and Robinson, F.
EditorsEnergy, S.
Uncontrolled Keywordsunit-commitment, security constrained, dynamic demand, responsive demand, renewable energy, demand side management
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering
RefereedNo
StatusPublished
ID Code13979

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