A Survey on Demand Response in Smart Grids: Mathematical Models and Approaches

@article{Deng2015ASO,
  title={A Survey on Demand Response in Smart Grids: Mathematical Models and Approaches},
  author={Ruilong Deng and Zaiyue Yang and Mo-Yuen Chow and Jiming Chen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={570-582}
}
The smart grid is widely considered to be the informationization of the power grid. As an essential characteristic of the smart grid, demand response can reschedule the users' energy consumption to reduce the operating expense from expensive generators, and further to defer the capacity addition in the long run. This survey comprehensively explores four major aspects: 1) programs; 2) issues; 3) approaches; and 4) future extensions of demand response. Specifically, we first introduce the means… CONTINUE READING
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