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Assessment and Simulation of the Responsive Demand Potential in End-User Facilities: Application to a University Customer

C. Alvarez, A. Gabaldon, A. Molina
2004 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  
A good example for these problems is the scarce participation of the demand in the electricity markets -energy, reserve and other ancillary services-problem that can be solved through new Demand Responsive  ...  Programs, aimed to replace the traditional Demand Side Management programs into voluntary demand participation programs.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work described in this paper is financially supported by the Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología of Spain through a research project (DPI2001-2779-C02-01).  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpwrs.2004.825878 fatcat:nkkgshbikfd7djhg4jzzrd4g6y

Individual program planning as an exemplar of best practice in the delivery of consumer-oriented mental health care

Margret Scheil
2001 Australian Health Review  
Agreements for action are cooperatively developed in relation to the identification of issues. These are documented and monitored in the form of ongoing meetings.  ...  Individual Program Planning is an action research tool that facilitates consumer-oriented service provision.  ...  Acknowledgment I acknowledge the assistance of Malcolm Robinson, Director of Bower Place Pty Ltd as consultant in the development of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1071/ah010100a pmid:11668909 fatcat:5v75oba35fetjdgmaepx5kajwi

Developing consumer-directed care for people with a disability: 10 lessons for user participation in health and community care policy and program development

Goetz F. Ottmann, Carmel Laragy
2010 Australian Health Review  
This paper outlines 10 lessons derived from the development of a consumer-directed care program for families with disabled children in Melbourne, Australia.  ...  The following program elements proved to be of importance over the course of the development process: (1) research participants should be involved as early as possible; (2) an open, inclusive communication  ...  Moreover, the authors thankfully acknowledge the contributions of Gillean Damonze and Michelle Haddon of UnitingCare Community Options.  ... 
doi:10.1071/ah09759 pmid:21108897 fatcat:ljqgksrdb5hhten3qvbxt4eoaq

Forecasting Refrigerators Consumption to Support their Aggregated Participation in Demand Response

Pedro Faria, Aria Jozi, Zita Vale
2020 2020 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2020 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe)  
Demand response programs have become very relevant.  ...  Sequentially, the obtained results will be aggregated and serve as basis in order to schedule refrigerators in the context of a demand response program.  ...  In order to make small consumers able to participate in DR programs driven to large consumers, aggregators are needed [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/eeeic/icpseurope49358.2020.9160527 fatcat:bdw35neipjda3aoj374vb2kk24

Distributed Energy Resources Scheduling and Aggregation in the Context of Demand Response Programs

Pedro Faria, João Spínola, Zita Vale
2018 Energies  
Resources aggregation and remuneration profiles are obtained for 2592 operation scenarios, considering 548 distributed generators, 20,310 consumers, and 10 suppliers.  ...  However, aggregation of resources is needed to make these resources profitable.  ...  In the RTP demand response program, the consumer reacts to a given rise in the energy price, with a consumption reduction.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en11081987 fatcat:iclrowr4hfamzcq3lelzaw6c34

Electric Water Heater Modeling, DR Approaches Analysis and Study of Consumer Comfort for Demand Response

Md Tofael Ahmed, Pedro Faria, Zita Vale
2019 Zenodo  
With the smart energy management system household residential appliances is able to participate in the demand response events.  ...  Additionally, the discussed consumer comforts and obtainable benefits in several papers by participating in DR events is also shown here.  ...  The present work was done and funded in the scope of the following projects: H2020 DREAM-GO Project (Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 641794); SIMOCE (ANI|P2020 17690); and UID/EEA/00760/2019  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2672908 fatcat:flloldgui5e3jitcrphsqb3dn4

Developing consumer-friendly pervasive retail systems

P. Kourouthanassis, G. Roussos
2003 IEEE pervasive computing  
We thank Sastry Duri, Hui Lei, Theano Moussouri, and the anonymous reviewers for the many useful comments that significantly improved this work.  ...  The MyGrocer Consortium includes Athens University of Economics and Business, Atlantic Supermarkets, ATMEL, Helsinki University of Technology, Nokia, Pouliadis Associates, Procter and Gamble, S-Markt,  ...  At the end of the discussions, we offered participants a voucher for the supermarket participating in the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2003.1203751 fatcat:suuau5t7kraotetpumrhauoere

Leveraging a Model towards Efficient Energy Management: A Survey

Nikita Parab, Himanshu Pandita, Karan Patel, Prashant Brahme, Gresha Bhatia
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Consumers get an opportunity to actively participate in restoration plans with the help of ICT.  ...  Two way communication mechanism (ICT) is implemented with the help of Smart Grids which manages the ever changing demands of energy by continuously monitoring and controlling the grid's transmission system  ...  By participating in such programs, the consumers can earn extra savings on their money bills.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2015907351 fatcat:gvakcf723vcxvbx2s4mob5cqw4

Taste Changes in the Demand for Food by Demographic Groups in the United States: A Nonparametric Empirical Analysis

Rafael Cortez, Ben Senauer
1996 American Journal of Agricultural Economics  
the demand for specific commodities and groups of commodities.  ...  For example, analyses of supermarket scanner data have helped to establish these alternative data as suitable for demand analyses.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1243702 fatcat:o6swqoou5fea5gp3bpmtdgwd2a

A literature review on dynamic pricing of electricity

Goutam Dutta, Krishnendranath Mitra
2017 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Consumers' willingness to pay for electricity services is also necessary in setting price limits depending on the demand and demand response curve.  ...  Market segmentation can enhance the effects of such pricing schemes. Appropriate scheduling of electrical load enhances the consumer response to dynamic tariffs.  ...  Acknowledgements-The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from Research and Publications Committee of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and University Grants Commission, India.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41274-016-0149-4 fatcat:crutzieecnfdtfjdiilgsrpvdm

Corporate Social Responsibility and Higher Education: Uruguay University Students' Perceptions

José Luis Vázquez, Ana Lanero, Oscar Licandro
2013 Economics & Sociology  
Descriptive and factor analyses revealed a generalized awareness of the relevance of socially responsible criteria, in line with a high demand of CSR education, particularly in contents of relationships  ...  This paper assumes a stakeholder approach to analyze the perceptions and attitudes of students at the Uruguayan university towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) in organizations, just as their  ...  Firstly, the consolidation of a concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the business world has increased the demand for professionals qualified in competences for responsible management.  ... 
doi:10.14254/2071-789x.2013/6-2/13 fatcat:lakr246nebhvpij55f5ykszppm

Decentralized Participation of Flexible Demand in Electricity Markets—Part I: Market Mechanism

Dimitrios Papadaskalopoulos, Goran Strbac
2013 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  
Set and number of generation participants in the market. Vector of hourly demand responses of demand participant at . Vector of hourly generation responses of generation participant at .  ...  Non-convexities in reschedulable demand participants' price response and their impacts on the ability of the basic LR structure to reach feasible market clearing solutions are identified and a simple yet  ...  The set includes multiple values in order to heuristically search for a suitable value of the relative maximum demand limit resulting in a non-peaky system demand profile and subsequently in a feasible  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpwrs.2013.2245686 fatcat:hgjtokiozfeehfgjcofcqs5f4i

Identification of Value Proposition and Development of Innovative Business Models for Demand Response Products and Services Enabled by the DR-BOB Solution

Mario Sisinni, Federico Noris, Sander Smit, Thomas Messervey, Tracey Crosbie, Sylvia Breukers, Luc van Summeren
2017 Buildings  
solution for Demand Response (DR) in blocks of buildings.  ...  , and enabling the aggregation of the DR potential of many blocks of buildings for use in demand response markets.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge financial support from the European Commission under the H2020 program, project DR-BOB (Demand Response in Blocks Of Buildings), GA No. 696114.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings7040093 fatcat:ie4bb6wfbnbezhbhrpedmt5xxa

Stakeholders' common requirements report

Mateo Beus, Marija Miletić, Tomislav Capuder, Hrvoje Pandžić
2020 Zenodo  
This deliverable related to Task 2.2 will compile in a report the stakeholders´ needs and expectations putting in relevance the importance of the citizens´ role in Europe when developing FLEXIGRID solutions  ...  produced; • Automatization of demand response mechanisms -DSM programs should be made as easy as possible for end-users to participate.  ...  The main goal of this pilot is to explore customers demand response programs.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5498129 fatcat:ibinjhxzavc6liabhmnbojj6cu

A window into occupant-driven energy outcomes: Leveraging sub-metering infrastructure to examine psychosocial factors driving long-term outcomes of short-term competition-based energy interventions

Kyle Konis, Michael Orosz, Nicole Sintov
2016 Energy and Buildings  
There are two primary types of DR programs: (1) voluntary curtailment, which involves appealing to building occupants to temporarily curtail consumption by changing behavior in real time in response to  ...  Programs must shift from a one-way, utility-to-consumer approach to a more interactive relationship, meeting consumers" needs to maximize program acceptance and enrollment levels.  ...  The authors would like to thank Jack Trump, Sally Behpoornia, and their staff of Residential Advisors for 2014-2015 for their integral roles in implementing the project; Carol Fern and Chris Bovia at USC  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2016.01.005 fatcat:da3pauiiuzadllvewuuy2vuuzu
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