Paper Presentation

Demand Side Management in Distribution Networks


Chair: Christian von Hirschhausen

TU Berlin, Germany



Enabling Distributed Frequency Response Using Smart Meters

Lee J. Thomas (Cardiff School of Engineering, UK), Jianzhong Wu (Cardiff School of Engineering, UK), Janaka B. Ekanayake (Cardiff School of Engineering, UK), and Nick Jenkins (Cardiff School of Engineering, UK)


Using Flexible Energy Infrastructures for Demand Response in a Smart Grid City

Stamatis Karnouskos (SAP, Germany), Dejan Ilic (SAP, Germany), and Per Goncalves Da Silva (SAP, Germany)


Comparing Demand Side Management Approaches

Albert Molderink (University of Twente, Netherlands), Vincent Bakker (University of Twente, Netherlands), Johann L. Hurink (University of Twente, Netherlands), and Gerard J. M. Smit (University of Twente, Netherlands)


Self-learning Demand Side Management for a Heterogeneous Cluster of Devices With Binary Control Actions

Bert J. Claessens (VITO, Belgium), Stijn Vandael (KU Leuven, Belgium), Frederik Ruelens (KU Leuven, Belgium), and Maarten Hommelberg (VITO, Belgium)


Indirect Control for Demand Side Management – A Conceptual Introduction

Kai Heussen (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark), Shi You (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark), Benjamin Biegel (Aalborg University, Denmark), Lars H. Hansen (DONG Energy, Denmark), and Katrine B. Andersen (DONG Energy, Denmark)


A Predictive Control Scheme for Automated Demand Response Mechanisms

Ioannis Lampropoulos (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), Paul P. J. van den Bosch (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), and Wil L. Kling (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)


A Modified Approach for Residential Load Scheduling Using Smart Meters

Shahab Bahrami (Sharif University of Technology, Iran), Mostafa Parniani (Sharif University of Technology, Iran), and Ahmadreza Vafaeimehr (European Business School, Germany)