The Mutual Impact of Demand Response Programs and Renewable Energies: A Survey
AbstractRenewable energies as a solution for environmental issues have always been a key research area due to Demand Response Programs (DRPs). However, the intermittent nature of such energies may cause economic and technological challenges for Independent System Operators (ISOs) besides DRPs, since the acceptable effective solution may exceed the requirement of further investigations. Although, previous studies emphasized employing Demand Response and Renewable Energies in power systems, each problem was investigated independently, and there have been few studies which have investigated these problems simultaneously. In these recent studies, authors neither analyzed these problems simultaneously nor discussed which scientific and practical aspects of demand response and renewable energy injection were employed. Motivated by this requirement, this research has focused on a comprehensive review of recent research of these cases to provide a comprehensive reference for future works. View Full-Text
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Hajibandeh, N.; Ehsan, M.; Soleymani, S.; Shafie-khah, M.; Catalão, J.P.S. The Mutual Impact of Demand Response Programs and Renewable Energies: A Survey. Energies 2017, 10, 1353.
Hajibandeh N, Ehsan M, Soleymani S, Shafie-khah M, Catalão JPS. The Mutual Impact of Demand Response Programs and Renewable Energies: A Survey. Energies. 2017; 10(9):1353.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hajibandeh, Neda; Ehsan, Mehdi; Soleymani, Soodabeh; Shafie-khah, Miadreza; Catalão, João P.S. 2017. "The Mutual Impact of Demand Response Programs and Renewable Energies: A Survey." Energies 10, no. 9: 1353.
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