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A consumer-orientated Architecture for distributed Demand-Side-Optimization

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Dethlefs, Tim (HAW Hamburg)
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Beewen, Dirk (HAW Hamburg)
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Preisler, Thomas (HAW Hamburg)
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Wolfgang, Renz (HAW Hamburg)
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Chapter Smart Grids
Volume Proceedings of the 28th Conference on Environmental Informatics - Informatics for Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Risk Management
Conference EnviroInfo 2014 - ICT for Energy Effieciency
Oldenburg, 2014
Year 2014
Abstract of the Article
Demand-Side-Management (DSM) is one of the key applications in the future smart grid, creating
a new degree of control in order to reduce losses and fluctuations caused by volatile distributed
energy resources (DERs). To integrate the consumer side, several approaches like flexible tariffs,
have been proposed and tested. However, many of these approaches not have been adopted widely
yet because of the needed sophisticated (and often expensive) command and control infrastructures
or their impact on the user comfort. In this paper an architectural approach for a lightweight
demand-side-application will be proposed. Utilizing methods of peer-to-peer (p2p) networks and
abstraction patterns the architecture will be enabling consumers to form spontaneous demand-side
optimization networks in order to optimize their load and to provide energy services to the Smart
Grid of the future. Because of the decentralized characteristic of the architecture, the aggregation
instance does not need detailed information of the optimization network, while the approach is
scalable.
Pages 349 - 356
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