Data-Driven Baseline Estimation of Residential Buildings for Demand Response†
AbstractThe advent of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) generates a large volume of data related with energy service. This paper exploits data mining approach for customer baseline load (CBL) estimation in demand response (DR) management. CBL plays a significant role in measurement and verification process, which quantifies the amount of demand reduction and authenticates the performance. The proposed data-driven baseline modeling is based on the unsupervised learning technique. Specifically we leverage both the self organizing map (SOM) and K-means clustering for accurate estimation. This two-level approach efficiently reduces the large data set into representative weight vectors in SOM, and then these weight vectors are clustered by K-means clustering to find the load pattern that would be similar to the potential load pattern of the DR event day. To verify the proposed method, we conduct nationwide scale experiments where three major cities’ residential consumption is monitored by smart meters. Our evaluation compares the proposed solution with the various types of day matching techniques, showing that our approach outperforms the existing methods by up to a 68.5% lower error rate. View Full-Text
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Park, S.; Ryu, S.; Choi, Y.; Kim, J.; Kim, H. Data-Driven Baseline Estimation of Residential Buildings for Demand Response. Energies 2015, 8, 10239-10259.
Park S, Ryu S, Choi Y, Kim J, Kim H. Data-Driven Baseline Estimation of Residential Buildings for Demand Response. Energies. 2015; 8(9):10239-10259.Chicago/Turabian Style
Park, Saehong; Ryu, Seunghyoung; Choi, Yohwan; Kim, Jihyo; Kim, Hongseok. 2015. "Data-Driven Baseline Estimation of Residential Buildings for Demand Response." Energies 8, no. 9: 10239-10259.