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Non-cooperative scheduling games can be used to coordinate residential loads in order to achieve a common goal while accounting for individual consumer's interests, privacy, and autonomy. However, a significant portion of the residential flexibility—Thermostatically Controlled Loads (TCLs) such as water and space heating/cooling appliances—has not been fully addressed under this game theoretic approach: their comfort constraints and integer control were not considered. This paper presents adoi:10.3390/en14216971 fatcat:scaoxpoknvg63nokcq4b74jk7y