Tariffs and demand response for residential and industrial customers

DESCRIPTION

Load flexibility will address challenges of the evolving power system in Australia, allowing increased amounts of variable renewable energy to be integrated. Supported by cost reflective network tariffs, load flexibility can manage the load to provide high value services, such as increase operational minimum demand during the day by adding new demand, geographically targeted demand reductions and system balancing.

This work aims to fill the gap in the existing literature and focus on the impact demand reduction and energy storage could have on the Australian National Electricity Market (NEM) to increase reliability and allow for higher levels of variable renewable energy, thereby lowering power prices and reducing emissions.

RESEARCH PARTNER

Griffith University

 

INDUSTRY PARTNER

Ausgrid

 

STUDENT

TBC

 

START DATE

February 2022

 

END DATE

February 2025