A Domestic Demand Model for India PrePub.pdf (829.62 kB)
A domestic demand model for India
conference contributionposted on 2018-07-09, 15:20 authored by John BartonJohn Barton, Murray ThomsonMurray Thomson, Philip Sandwell, Alexander Mellor
This paper describes the extension of CREST’s popular and open-source domestic energy demand model for UK households into one that can also model households in India. The model is based on a representation of individual appliances and their usage, dependent on ‘active occupancy’, meaning the times that people are both at home and awake. The model is well suited to the analysis of low-voltage networks and micro-grids, for which its ability to account for demand diversity is of critical importance. Energy consumption in households in India is quite different from that in the UK. Several functional extensions are required in order to represent features that are significant in India. The per-household ownership of appliances and lighting fixtures is currently much lower in India than in the UK. The model represents both urban and rural locations, and the expected increase in appliance ownership in India. In India, the model shows that domestic demand profile is currently more heavily dominated by an evening peak of demand.
This study was funded by the Joint UK-India Clean Energy Centre (JUICE), a Newton Fund Project, EPSRC Reference EP/P003605/1.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
- Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST)
Published inAdvances in Energy Research
Pages743 - 753
CitationBARTON, J.P. ... et al, 2020. A domestic demand model for India. IN: Singh, S. and Ramadesigan, V. (eds). Advances in Energy Research, Vol. 1, Mumbai, India, 12-14 December 2017, pp.743-753.
Source6th International Conference on Advances in Energy Research (ICAER 2017)
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)
Rights holder© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd
Publisher statementThe final authenticated publication is available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-2666-4_70.
Book seriesSpringer Proceedings in Energy