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Consolidated report on the key ADVANCED conclusions

S. de Francisci , R. Attema , O. Franz , M. Sebastian-Viana , P. Frías , M. Vallés , P. Lewis , T. Schmid , T. Mikkelsen , G. Bodea , S. Goudet , N. Becuwe

Active Demand (AD) has the potential to contribute to solving some of electricity systems current and future challenges while offering significant benefits to consumers ADVANCED is a research project co-funded by the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) that aims to shed light on ways to overcome the barriers hindering the mass deployment of AD in Europe. Within ADVANCED, AD was defined as "providing electricity consumers with information on their consumption and the ability to respond to time-based prices (either manually or automatically) as well as with other types of incentives, thus motivating them to actively manage their consumption by altering usage in line with the network conditions, such that modifications in consumer demand become a viable option for addressing challenges of electricity systems". Accordingly, the research within its scope focused on energy efficiency (EE) and demand response (DR) programmes. EE programmes offer consumers more direct, detailed, comparable and comprehensive information about their household’s energy consumption patterns in order to influence their behaviour towards a conserving effect. In DR programs consumers are requested to modify their consumption (either decreasing or increasing it) in response to price/volume signals in order to meet the need of the system. […]


Proyecto del IIT: ADVANCED_FP7 (ADVANCED)

Entidad Financiadora: Comisión Europea. FP7 - Cooperation / Energy

30/12/2014

IIT-14-155I

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