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A simple model of domestic lighting demand
journal contributionposted on 2013-06-06, 12:18 authored by Melody Stokes, Mark Rylatt, Kevin LomasKevin Lomas
This paper presents a new model of domestic lighting demand. The model is based on half-hourly data measured for a sample of 100 UK homes. It represents one sub-model in an end-user based distributed load model that is being developed to support investigations into the effects on low voltage urban electricity networks of future wide-scale uptake of solar technologies. To capture these effects and to serve applications involving renewable energy technologies (RETs) generally, the model is capable of representing load variations on very fine time-scales, down to 1 min intervals. Additionally, scaling factors are provided to enable prediction of long-term trends and to model some of the most important elements of diversity between connection points that are likely to impact on network performance and design below the 11 kV substation level.
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
CitationSTOKES, M., RYLATT, M. and LOMAS, K.J., 2004. A simple model of domestic lighting demand. Energy and Buildings, 36 (2), pp. 103 - 116
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NotesThis article is restricted access. The article was published in the journal, Energy and Buildings [© Elsevier]. It is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2003.10.007