Demand side management for the European Supergrid: occupancy variances of European single-person households
Torriti, J. (2012) Demand side management for the European Supergrid: occupancy variances of European single-person households. Energy Policy, 44. pp. 199-206. ISSN 0301-4215
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2012.01.039
The prospect of a European Supergrid calls for research on aggregate electricity peak demand and Europe-wide Demand Side Management. No attempt has been made as yet to represent a time-related demand curve of residential electricity consumption at the European level. This article assesses how active occupancy levels of single-person households vary in single-person household in 15 European countries. It makes use of occupancy time-series data from the Harmonised European Time Use Survey database to build European occupancy curves; identify peak occupancy periods; construct time-related electricity demand curves for TV and video watching activities and assess occupancy variances of single-person households.
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