Richard Gursky

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This paper presents an enhanced methodology for determining the "cost of losses" (COL), which includes cost components for demand and energy, and can be applied to both variable and fixed losses. In the methodology, an added kW or kWh of loss is treated as if it were an incremental burden on the system, and it must be served by an increment of facilities(More)
A cost/benefit analysis proved the Residential Electric Thermal Storage concept, coupled with a time-of-day rate, to be a cost effective load management technique for the American Electric Power (AEP) System. This analysis was based on data from a four-year, 71-installation test program. The analysis was conducted separately for the Generation System and(More)
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