Chongqing Kang

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As the human population increases and production expands, energy demand and anthropogenic carbon emission rates have been growing rapidly, and the need to decrease carbon emission levels has drawn increasing attention. The link between energy production and consumption has required the large-scale transport of energy within energy transmission networks.(More)
This paper extends our recent work and proposes a multi-stage coupon incentive-based demand response (M-CIDR) in two-settlement electricity markets. In contrast to the realtime pricing (RTP) or critical peak pricing (CPP) demand response programs, M-CIDR continues to offer a flat rate to retail customers and additional voluntary incentives to induce demand(More)
In a competitive retail market, large volumes of smart meter data provide opportunities for load serving entities (LSEs) to enhance their knowledge of customers' electricity consumption behaviors via load profiling. Instead of focusing on the shape of the load curves, this paper proposes a novel approach for clustering of electricity consumption behavior(More)
Demands for electricity and energy to supply heat are expected to expand by 71% and 47%, respectively, for Beijing in 2020 relative to 2009. If the additional electricity and heat are supplied solely by coal as is the current situation, annual emissions of CO2 may be expected to increase by 59.6% or 99 million tons over this interval. Assessed against this(More)
In recent years, smart meters have been widely installed in households across the world, which has led to problems with “big data”. The huge amount of household load data requires highly efficient data compression techniques to reduce the great burden on data transmittance, storage, processing, application, etc. This study proposes the general extreme value(More)
Clarification of the responsibility for carbon emission is fundamental in a carbon-constrained world. Existing statistical methods for carbon emission estimation usually attribute the emission responsibility to the generation side. However, a growing number of analysis across different sectors has pointed out that “consumers” rather than “producers” should(More)