Demand Response Management in Electricity Markets
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 5162
Interests: smart grid; demand response; electric vehicle; power system; electricity market
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Sustainable development and climate change mitigation are two of the main challenges facing the energy sector. Energy consumption is intrinsically dependent on fossil fuels since they serve a significant portion of energy demand, whether through electricity generation, transportation, or other sectors. Therefore, to achieve the environmental goals stipulated by worldwide governments, increased integration of renewable energy resources (RESs) in electricity generation is crucial. However, RESs have uncertainty and volatility associated with their primary sources, e.g., wind speed and solar radiation. This leads to a loss of flexibility in the power system and eventually reduces reliability and security. Among different options to supply the flexibility, demand response (DR) and electricity markets are two economical options that can provide flexibility with the lowest costs. The increasing penetration of energy-intensive loads, such as electric vehicles and heat pumps, that are controllable enables the demand side to provide flexibility for the grid. Developing models in the planning, operation, and control of demand-side resources should enhance the flexibility of the energy systems and satisfy the consumers. Besides, energy policies and energy market regulations should enable DR strategies in industries, energy communities, and small-scale energy systems such as buildings and homes. This Special Issue aims at encouraging researchers and industries to report their solutions for the design of the system structure as well as of operational and control models for DR management in electricity markets and ancillary services.
Dr. Miadreza Shafie-khah
Dr. Mohammad Ali Fotouhi Ghazvini
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- demand response
- demand-side management
- demand-side response
- electricity market
- energy market
- ancillary service
- market structure