Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy

ISSN 2196-5625 CN 32-1884/TK

Future evolution of automated demand response system in smart grid for low-carbon economy
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1. China Electric Power Research Institute, Beijing, 100192, China 2. School of Electric and Electronic Engineering, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, 102206, China

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the science and technology projects from State Grid Corporation.

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    Smart grid construction is an important carrierand an effective way to promote the development of low-carbon economy. Demand response (DR) is commonly regarded as an important core technology in smart grid field,and it reflects the flexible and interactive features of the corebusiness in smart electricity. It is the developing direction ofautomated demand response (ADR) technology, and its mainfeatures are the standardization of information exchange,together with the intelligence of decision-making and the automation of implementations. ADR technology can improve the efficiency of the whole power system and enhance the ability to accept new energy sources. This paper analyzes the role of demand response in improving efficiency and low-carbon energy saving power systems. The automated demand response system architecture is investi-gated, and the ADR roadmap of commercial/industrial and residential customer is proposed. The key technologies for ADR system are analyzed, including demand response strategy, information exchanging model, measurement and verification techniques, and multiagent scheduling techniques. To ensure the interoperability between the grid side and the user side, the ADR business in smart grid user interface standards is concluded to support further demand side management project.

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  • Online: May 22,2015
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