Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Formål og rammebetingelser for smart tariffering : hvordan kan tariffer bidra til å løse energisystemets overordna målsettinger?
Fremtidens fleksible distribusjonsnett : fleksibel nettdrift, forbrukerfleksibilitet, plusskunder og forretningsmodeller
Evaluation of alternative network tariffs - For residential customers with hourly metering of electricity consumption
Subscribed power - testing new power based network tariffs simulating for demand response
This paper describes results from the national research and demonstration project DeVID (Demonstration and Verification of Intelligent Distribution Grids) in Norway. The project aims at demonstrating new smart grid technologies and methods for distribution networks, including how Demand Response can...
Using communities of summer houses as a winter time demand-response resource
This paper presents the HYTTEFLEX concept tested out in the DeVID project. End-user flexibility of cottages during winter has been investigated. HYTTEFLEX uses a group of such residences as a source for local demand-response operations. The concept developed is built on top of an existing Home Autom...
The Effects of In-Home Displays — Revisiting the Context
In this paper, we investigate the extent to which the use of in-home displays affects daily practices and electricity consumption. Through two pilot projects, in-home displays were installed in 33 Norwegian homes, and we provide a qualitative analysis of the effects. The results point to the potenti...
A business case for a local community electricity market
In this article we try to identify real time economic signals that could drive a local community electricity market. Two pilot projects one in Germany and Italy will try to demonstrate the working of such a market with the purpose of fostering investments into local solar energy and storage. Members...
Smart tariffs - in an active distribution grid
New technology such as smart meters gives possibilities for developing new network tariffs. Usually the tariff contains several parts, and how these parts are structured and differentiated, depends on the purpose of the tariff. A new research project “Smart Tariff“ (2014-2017) will use smart meters ...