Analysis of US Transaction-based Dynamic Pricing Demonstrations

  • Decentralised decision-making techniques are needed to integrate the growing number of smart end-use devices and systems if we are to enhance system flexibility for economical operation, variable renewable integration, and emergency response
  • Results will be presented from the deployment of a 5-minute residential real-time price market at the distribution feeder level in Ohio, USA
  • Results will also be presented from a transactionbased control project that uses dynamic pricing incentives to integrate distributed energy resources at the distribution level with the transmission level for addressing system level operating issues in the Pacific Northwest USA

Country / Region

United States
Business Models Business Models Dynamic Pricing Decentralised Energy

Presentation Date

Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 09:00



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