Ozoh, P., & Apperley, M. (2015). Simulating the impact of household energy consumption on the electricity grid. In C. Beckmann & T. Gross (Eds.), INTERACT 2015 Adjunct Proceedings: Fostering Smart Energy Applications Workshop (pp. 623–631). Bamberg, German: University of Bamberg Press.
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This paper presents a bottom-up modelling approach for stochastic production of electricity consumption profiles in households. It represents a preliminary work on individual appliance use modelling in households, as part of a bottom-up simulation to assess the impact of household consumption, and changes to consumption patterns and behavior, on the overall energy grid. By collecting household electricity consumption data, a model is developed based on daily activity profiles for individual appliances. The domestic load model obtained from simulating electricity consumption for household appliances will enable the large-scale simulation of multiple households to gain insight into individual household implications of demand-side load management strategies, as well as the combined effects on the electricity grid.
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