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Two-stage stochastic demand response in smart grid considering random appliance usage patterns
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution
By effectively adjusting the appliance usage patterns of customers, demand response (DR) is expected to bring significant economic and environmental benefits to the future smart grid. Two kinds of appliances should be considered for DR, i.e. shiftable appliances such as dishwashers and laundry machines, and non-shiftable appliances such as lights and stoves. Although the shiftable appliances can be well controlled by energy management systems, the random usage patterns of nonshiftabledoi:10.1049/iet-gtd.2018.5943 fatcat:cfkfnlu52zbb3nt747cmr4bbyu