publication . Article . 2017

Smart electric storage heating and potential for residential demand response

Darby, Sarah J.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Aug 2017 Journal: Energy Efficiency, volume 11, issue 1, pages 67-77 (issn: 1570-646X, eissn: 1570-6478, Copyright policy)
  • Country: United Kingdom
<p>Low-carbon transition plans for temperate and sub-polar regions typically involve some electrification of space heating. This poses challenges to electricity system operation and market design, as it increases overall demand and alters the temporal patterns of that demand. One response to the challenge is to ‘smarten’ electrical heating, enabling it to respond to network conditions by storing energy at times of plentiful supply, releasing it in response to customer demands and offering rapid-response ancillary services to the grid. Shared operation of domestic electrical heating, in such a scenario, may imply changes in everyday heating practices and will cha...
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free text keywords: Sustainable development, Demand response, Electrification, Efficient energy use, Environmental economics, Distributed data store, Network conditions, Grid, Commerce, Energy storage, Engineering, business.industry, business
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EC| RealValue
Realising Value from Electricity Markets with Local Smart Electric Thermal Storage Technology
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 646116
  • Funding stream: H2020 | IA
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