Development of an assessment framework for supply/demand coordination mechanisms based on systems engineering approach

M. H. Syed, P. Crolla, G. M. Burt, J.K. Kok

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Abstract

Supply/Demand Coordination Mechanism (SDCM) refers to any program that encompasses the principle of demand response whilst utilizing the flexibility offered by generators in the system. The main objective of current SDCMs is to ensure secure power supply by maintaining a balance between demand and supply in the network. However, SDCMs have a much higher potential. This paper aims to identify the potential areas of further development from a systems engineering approach.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-5
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2014
EventCIRED Workshop 2014 - Ergife Palace Hotel, Rome, Italy
Duration: 11 Jun 201412 Jun 2014

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ConferenceCIRED Workshop 2014
CountryItaly
CityRome
Period11/06/1412/06/14

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Keywords

  • Supply/Demand coordination mechanisms
  • SDCM
  • Distribution Network Operators
  • DNO
  • power systems

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Syed, MH, Crolla, P, Burt, GM & Kok, JK 2014, 'Development of an assessment framework for supply/demand coordination mechanisms based on systems engineering approach' CIRED Workshop 2014, Rome, Italy, 11/06/14 - 12/06/14, pp. 1-5.

Development of an assessment framework for supply/demand coordination mechanisms based on systems engineering approach. / Syed, M. H.; Crolla, P.; Burt, G. M.; Kok, J.K.

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