Industrial Demand Response
Methods, best practices, case studies, and applications
Demand response (DR) describes controlled changes in the power consumption of an electric load to better match the power demand with the supply. This helps with increasing the share of intermittent renewables like solar and wind, thus ensuring use of the generated clean power and reducing the need for storage capacity.
This book conveys the principles, implementation and applications of demand response. Chapters cover an overview of industrial DR strategies, cybersecurity, DR of industrial customers, price-based demand response, EV, transactive energy, DR with residential appliances, use of machine learning and neural networks, measurement and verification, and case studies in the Aran Islands, as well as a use case of AI and NN in energy consumption markets.
The chapters have been written by an international team of highly qualified experts from academia as well as industry, ensuring a balanced and practically oriented insight. Readers will be able to develop and apply DR strategies to their respective systems.
Industrial Demand Response: Methods, best practices, case studies, and applications is a valuable resource for researchers involved with regional as well as industrial power systems, power system engineers, experts at grid operators and advanced students.
About the Editors
Hassan Haes Alhelou is a faculty member at Tishreen University, Syria. He is included in the 2018 and 2019 WoS & Publons list of the top 1% best reviewers and researchers in the engineering field. He has published 170 research papers in high-quality peer-reviewed journals, authored and edited 10 books, and participated in more than 15 industrial projects. His research interests are power systems and their dynamics and control. He is an IEEE senior member.
Antonio Moreno-Muñoz is a professor at the University of Córdoba, Spain, where he is chair of the Industrial Electronics and Instrumentation R&D Group. Besides his Senior Membership with the IEEE Technical Committee on Smart Grids and extensive experience with the Spanish rail company RENFE, he is member of various related committees and boards. His research focuses on industrial electronics for smart grids and renewable energy systems, and he has published extensively in this area.
Pierluigi Siano is a professor and the scientific director of the Smart Grids and Smart Cities Laboratory at the University of Salerno, Italy. His research focuses on demand response and energy management. He has authored or co-authored more than 370 international journal papers that received in Scopus more than 12100 citations with an H-index of 55. In 2019, 2020 and 2021 he received the award of Highly cited Researcher by ISI Web of Science Group.
Hassan Haes Alhelou, Antonio Moreno-Muñoz, Pierluigi Siano