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Generating Manageable Electricity Demand Capacity for Residential Demand Response Studies by Activity-based Load Models

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Author keywords
consumer behavior, load management, power demand, power distribution, smart grids

References keywords
energy(21), buildings(13), jenbuild(9), domestic(9), electricity(8), modeling(7), model(6), demand(5), consumption(5), building(5)
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Date of Publication: 2021-02-28
Volume 21, Issue 1, Year 2021, On page(s): 99 - 108
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2021.01011
Web of Science Accession Number: 000624018800011
SCOPUS ID: 85102815185

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Manageable electricity demand capacity and the user activities that make up this demand is crucial for aggregators in residential demand response events. In this study, it was aimed to generate residential electricity power profiles by the enhanced activity-based load models to determine manageable demand potential. A novel method that aggregators may estimate realistic residential manageable demand capacity was presented. The method can also be used to specify which incentives that cause suitable activity changes of the consumer. Studies were performed on several home appliances associated with different activities. Using load models that are based on collected energy consumption data, consumer behaviors, behavioral adaptations, habits, and physical determinants were embedded in both activities and loads' power profiles. It was observed from simulations that deferrable loads had a significant share in total electricity consumption.


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Web of Science® Citations for all references: 4,405 TCR
SCOPUS® Citations for all references: 5,328 TCR

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SCOPUS® Average Citations per reference: 184 ACR

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