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DRIMPAC—Unified Demand Response Interoperability Framework Enabling Market Participation of Active Energy Consumers

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Center for Research and Technology Hellas, Information Technologies Institute, 57001 Thessaloniki, Greece
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Hypertech SA, 32152 Athens, Greece
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Stam S.r.l., 16121 Genova, Italy
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Presented at the Sustainable Places 2019 (SP 2019), Cagliari, Italy, 5–7 June 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 20(1), 15; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2019020015
Published: 24 July 2019
(This article belongs to the Proceedings of Sustainable Places Conference)
Residential and tertiary buildings are responsible for 44% of final energy consumption in Europe. However, they are currently not engaged in Demand Response (DR) activities due to technology-related and consumer-related roadblocks. One of the main technological roadblocks is the extreme fragmentation of protocols, data models and standards for Building Energy Management (BEM) systems and Building to Grid (B2G) communications. DRIMPAC is an EU-funded Innovation Action that aims to address the interoperability gaps and standards fragmentation in the residential and commercial buildings Demand Response domain aiming to reduce costs for all involved actors and make DR more attractive for the end prosumer.
Keywords: demand response; standards; OpenADR; IEC61850; residential; tertiary buildings demand response; standards; OpenADR; IEC61850; residential; tertiary buildings
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Tzovaras, D.; Damousis, I.; Papanikolaou, A.; Pitsiladis, G.; Barbagelata, G. DRIMPAC—Unified Demand Response Interoperability Framework Enabling Market Participation of Active Energy Consumers. Proceedings 2019, 20, 15.

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