Demand response application in smart grids : concepts and planning issues. Volume 1 /

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Imprint:Cham : Springer, 2020.
Description:1 online resource (287 pages)
Subject:Smart power grids.
Smart power grids.
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Other authors / contributors:Nojavan, Sayyad.
Zare, Kazem.
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Summary:This book analyzes the economic and technical effects of demand response programs in smart grids. A variety of operational and financial benefits are offered by demand response programs (DRPs) for load-serving entities, grid operators, and electricity consumers. The most notable advantages of DRPs are presented in this book, including decreased electricity prices, risk management, market power mitigation, and flexibility of market operations. In-depth chapters discuss the integration of demand response programs for the planning and operation of smart grids and explore the uncertainties of market prices, renewable resources and intermittent load management, making this a useful reference for a variety of different organizations and players in the electricity market, such as reliability organizations, distribution companies, transmission companies, and electric end-users. Analyzes economic and technical elements of DRPs in smart grids Discusses the uncertainties of market prices, renewable resources and intermittent load Presents the most-up-to-date technological approaches to energy integration.
Other form:Print version: Nojavan, Sayyad. Demand Response Application in Smart Grids : Concepts and Planning Issues - Volume 1. Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, ©2020 9783030313982
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-030-31