Smart Fridge / Dumb Grid? Demand Dispatch for the Power Grid of 2020

@article{Mathias2016SmartF,
  title={Smart Fridge / Dumb Grid? Demand Dispatch for the Power Grid of 2020},
  author={Joel Mathias and Rim Kaddah and Ana Busic and Sean P. Meyn},
  journal={2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={2498-2507}
}
In discussions at the 2015 HICSS meeting, it was argued that loads can provide most of the ancillary services required today and in the future. Through load-level and grid-level control design, high-quality ancillary service for the grid is obtained without impacting quality of service delivered to the consumer. This approach to grid regulation is called demand dispatch: loads are providing service continuously and automatically, without consumer interference. In this paper we ask, what… CONTINUE READING
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