Domestic demand side management for increasing the value of wind


Hamidi, V., Li, F., Yao, L. Z. and Bazargan, M., 2009. Domestic demand side management for increasing the value of wind. New York: IEEE, pp. 588-597. (2008 China International Conference on Electricity Distribution, Vols 1 and 2)

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This paper compares and contrasts the benefits from dynamic and non-dynamic demand management schemes in domestic sector for more effective wind power utilization. Non-dynamic demand management by shifting the demand from peak periods to off peak periods mitigates the issues associated with demand variations. In dynamic demand Management, load by responding to wind generation output's variations will lessen the intermittency issues of wind power. The paper first presents a general overview of these two technologies, evaluates their benefits and by further expanding the subject to a test system with intermittent generation, it demonstrates the impact of the dynamic demand side management.


Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (UNSPECIFIED)
CreatorsHamidi, V., Li, F., Yao, L. Z. and Bazargan, M.
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Research CentresCentre for Sustainable Power Distribution
ID Code18940
Additional InformationChina International Conference on Electricity Distribution. 10-13 December 2008. Guangzhou, China.


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