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Pelka, S. (author)
The potential of households to adapt their energy use to the conditions of the energy system remains largely untapped due to shortcomings in consumer governance (i.e., the organization of household energy use). A lack of price signals and services leads to uncoordinated household energy use. Various proposals exist for updating consumer...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Pelka, S. (author), Kesselring, Anne (author), Preuß, Sabine (author), Chappin, E.J.L. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author)
Aligning prosumers' electricity consumption to the availability of self-generated electricity decreases CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and costs. Nudges are proposed as one behavioral intervention to orchestrate such changes. At the same time, fragmented findings in the literature make it challenging to identify suitable behavioral interventions...
journal article 2024
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Tung, Yu (author)
The study of energy consumption across various building clusters offers a path to discerning intricate patterns and establishing energy efficiency metrics. However, these analyses have mostly been limited to small, controlled settings, leaving a vast potential for broader application in energy efficiency management and classification untapped....
master thesis 2023
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Verlaan, Stan (author)
Non-intrusive load monitoring (NILM) is a well-researched concept that aims to provide insights into individual appliance energy usage without the need for dedicated meters. This paper explores the possibility of applying the NILM concept to disaggregate energy data from a community level to a household level. By doing so, it addresses privacy...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Pelka, S. (author), Conradie, Peter (author), De Vries, Laurens (author), Anatolitis, Vasilios (author), Martens, Emma (author), Chappin, E.J.L. (author), Karaliopoulos, Merkouris (author), Anagnostopoulos, Filippos (author), Preuß, Sabine (author)
Prosumers with photovoltaic systems can reduce their electricity expenses by increasing their consumption of self-generated electricity. This makes them more resilient to price shocks, like the 2022 European energy crisis. We evaluate how prosumers adapt their consumption behavior in response to such political uncertainty and increasing...
conference paper 2023
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Kesselring, Anne (author), Pelka, S. (author), Svetec, Erica (author), Nad, Lucija (author), Seebauer, Sebastian (author), Skardelly, Sara (author), Preuß, Sabine (author)
Smart metering and home energy management systems (HEMS) support households with roof-top photovoltaic (PV) to optimize self-consumption. These HEMS can convey subtle guidance for consumption shifts that address intuitive consumption routines. However, the efficacy of the guidance depends on the regulation of self-consumption. This presentation...
conference paper 2023
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Boers, Milo (author)
Nonintrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) can be used to disaggregate household energy<br/>usage collected from a central meter to the level of individual appliances, but has so far mostly been applied in controlled, small-scale settings. Further potential such as the application for energy efficiency classification and management have remained...
master thesis 2022
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Pelka, S. (author), Kern, Dominik (author), George, Jan (author)
Platforms facilitate the participation of households and their energy assets in the energy system. Platform services are considered attractive for households if the energy cost savings exceed the transaction cost of the service. We conceptualize different platform architecture, quantify their transaction cost and compare it to potential energy...
conference paper 2022
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Petropoulou, Anastasia (author)
According to the European Commission, buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of the EU energy consumption and 36% of the CO2 emissions, resulting in the largest energy consumer in Europe. Especially, the reduction of energy consumption for heating of residential dwellings has gained more and more interest in the last decades. Although...
master thesis 2021
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Steffelbauer, D.B. (author), Blokker, E.J.M. (author), Buchberger, S. G. (author), Knobbe, Arno (author), Abraham, E. (author)
Socioeconomic characteristics are influencing the temporal and spatial variability of water demand, which are the biggest source of uncertainties within water distribution system modeling. Improving current knowledge of these influences can be utilized to decrease demand uncertainties. This paper aims to link smart water meter data to...
journal article 2021
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Fiorillo, Diana (author), Kapelan, Z. (author), Xenochristou, Maria (author), De Paola, Francesco (author), Giugni, Maurizio (author)
Assessing the impact of climate change on water demand is a challenging task. This paper proposes a novel methodology that quantifies this impact by establishing a link between water demand and weather based on climate change scenarios, via Coupled General Circulation Models. These models simulate the response of the global climate system to...
journal article 2021
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Mokhtar, Maizura (author), Robu, Valentin (author), Flynn, David (author), Higgins, Ciaran (author), Whyte, Jim (author), Loughran, Caroline (author), Fulton, Fiona (author)
The energy landscape for the Low-Voltage (LV) networks is undergoing rapid changes. These changes are driven by the increased penetration of distributed Low Carbon Technologies, both on the generation side (i.e. adoption of micro-renewables) and demand side (i.e. electric vehicle charging). The previously passive ‘fit-and-forget’ approach to...
journal article 2021
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Rasooli, A. (author), Itard, L.C.M. (author)
The advancement of smart metering and sensor technologies has opened the door to performing extensive in-situ measurements in buildings and a tendency to carry-out detailed energy and indoor climate monitoring, leading to the availability of the so-called “on-board monitoring data”. The data obtained through these measurements is of high...
journal article 2020
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Dimitrakopoulos, Sotirios (author)
The recent trend for monitoring and control of the distribution networks requires methods capable to calculate the network’s operating conditions. One way to monitor the distribution network is by state estimation. Although previously this method was established only for the transmission networks, its use has begun to also make sense for the...
master thesis 2019
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van de Kaa, G. (author), Fens, T.W. (author), Rezaei, J. (author), Kaynak, D. (author), Hatun, Z. (author), Tsilimeni-Archangelidi, A. (author)
The world is faced with various societal challenges related to e.g. climate change and energy scarcity. To address these issues, complex innovative systems may be developed such as smart grids. When these systems are realized challenges pertaining to renewable energy and sustainability may, in part, be solved. To implement them, generally...
journal article 2019
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van de Kaa, G. (author), Rezaei, J. (author), Taebi, B. (author), van de Poel, I.R. (author), Kizhakenath, Abhilash (author)
Proactively including the ethical and societal issues of new technologies could have a positive effect on their acceptance. These issues could be captured in terms of values. In the literature, the values stakeholders deem important for the development of technology have often been identified. However, the relative ranking of these values in...
journal article 2019
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van der Meijden, Rune (author)
The rapid and uncertain penetration of distributed energy resources is changing the way people are consuming electricity. This development increases the risk of instability and congestion in the grid, posing great challenges to system operators in the near future. In order to optimally allocate resources and plan grid enhancement, distribution...
master thesis 2017
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Van Zoelen, E. (author)
Smart thermostats like Toon are part of an overarching product category called Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS). These products provide consumers with feedback on their energy usage and consequently help them reduce their energy usage. Recently, energy companies have started offering these devices to their customers. The underlying...
master thesis 2017
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Vasiljevska, J. (author), Douw, J.V. (author), Mengolini, A. (author), Nikolic, I. (author)
EU Regulation 2009/72/EC concerning common rules for internal market in electricity calls upon 80% of EU electricity consumers to be equipped with smart metering systems by 2020, provided that a positive economic assessment of all long-term costs and benefits to the market and the individual consumer is guaranteed. Understanding the impact...
journal article 2017
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Kizhakenath, A. (author)
The introduction of intelligent meters - smart meters - to the electricity infrastructure should provide the grid intelligence the ability to cope with challenges and changes; thus, it is named smart grid (Verbong et al., 2013). We have learned that the smart grid system is a complex product system because its technologies, components and...
master thesis 2016
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