Demand Response by Decentralized Device Control Based on Voltage Level
This paper introduces a distributed, self-organizing approach to load control based on voltage measurement. A local voltage measurement defines a Level of Service (LoS), which is balanced with the neighboring households in order to avoid extreme restrictions of energy use in a single household. The approach distinguishes four criticality classes for devices which suspend themselves at specific LoS thresholds.
KeywordsVoltage Level Demand Response Synchronization Algorithm Device Class Suspended Device
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