The Plegma dataset: domestic appliance-level and aggregate electricity demand with metadata from Greece

Sotirios Athanasoulias, Fernanda Guasselli, Nikolaos Doulamis, Anastasios Doulamis, Nikos Ipiotis, Athina Katsari, Lina Stankovic, Vladimir Stankovic

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Abstract

The growing availability of smart meter data has facilitated the development of energy-saving services like demand response, personalized energy feedback, and non-intrusive-load-monitoring applications, all of which heavily rely on advanced machine learning algorithms trained on energy consumption datasets. To ensure the accuracy and reliability of these services, real-world smart meter data collection is crucial. The Plegma dataset described in this paper addresses this need bfy providing whole- house aggregate loads and appliance-level consumption measurements at 10-second intervals from 13 different households over a period of one year. It also includes environmental data such as humidity and temperature, building characteristics, demographic information, and user practice routines to enable quantitative as well as qualitative analysis. Plegma is the first high-frequency electricity measurements dataset in Greece, capturing the consumption behavior of people in the Mediterranean area who use devices not commonly included in other datasets, such as AC and electric-water boilers. The dataset comprises 218 million readings from 88 installed meters and sensors. The collected data are available in CSV format.
Original languageEnglish
Article number376
Number of pages17
JournalScientific Data
Volume11
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Apr 2024

Keywords

  • smart meter data
  • energy saving

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