HOLISDER Project: Introducing Residential and Tertiary Energy Consumers as Active Players in Energy Markets
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Author/sRomero-Amorrortu, Ander; Agustín-Camacho, Pablo de; Eguiarte, Olaia; Huitema, George B.; Morcillo, Laura; [et al.]
energy management system
Although it has been demonstrated that demand-side flexibility is possible, business application of residential and small tertiary demand response programs has been slow to develop. This paper presents a holistic demand response optimization framework that enables significant energy costs reduction for consumers. Moreover, buildings are introduced as main contributors to balance energy networks. The solution basis consists of a modular interoperability and data management framework that enables open standards-based communication along the demand response value chain. The solution is being validated in four large-scale pilot sites, which have diverse building types, energy systems and energy carriers. Furthermore, they offer diverse climatic conditions, and demographic and cultural characteristics to establish representative results.