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Using end-use load data for better infrastructure investment planning

Using end-use load data for better infrastructure investment planning

Background of Infrastructure Planning in the Electric Utility Industry Since the development of the modern electric grid, pioneered by Thomas Edison with the Pearl Street Station in New York City in 1882[1], the struggle to match generation and tran ...

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How does more accuracy in end-use load shapes improve impact estimation of energy efficiency and DR programs?

How does more accuracy in end-use load shapes improve impact estimation of energy efficiency and DR programs?

Background of Demand-Side Management and Evaluation in the U.S. The 1970's saw two events that forever changed the landscape of electricity production in the United States. The Arab Oil Embargo of 1973 ended the era of cheap oil at a time when oil s ...

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What lies below the curve? What options are available to researchers looking to gain insights on household end-use loads?

What lies below the curve? What options are available to researchers looking to gain insights on household end-use loads?

Finally! The quality of load profile data from advanced metering infrastructure systems (AMI) is sufficient to provide reliable data for advanced utility analytics. But, what if the researcher wants to get below the total premise load profile curve a ...

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