Contingency-Type Reserve Leveraged Through Aggregated Thermostatically-Controlled Loads—Part I: Characterization and Control

@article{AbiriJahromi2016ContingencyTypeRL,
  title={Contingency-Type Reserve Leveraged Through Aggregated Thermostatically-Controlled Loads—Part I: Characterization and Control},
  author={Amir Abiri-Jahromi and François Bouffard},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={1972-1980}
}
There are few systematic methodologies capable of predicting and leveraging the reserve capacity potential of large populations of thermostatically-controlled loads (TCLs). For such reserves to have economic and technical value, it is essential that demand-side flexibility aggregators and system operators be able to do so quickly and robustly. In addition, aggregators need to ensure TCL users' comfort and end use satisfaction. Part I of this two-part paper introduces an analytical approach to… CONTINUE READING

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