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IEEE 2030.6-2016 pdf free.IEEE Guide for the Benefit Evaluation of Electric Power Grid Customer Demand Response.
demand response resource: Thc capacity of controllable load and rcsponsivc generation participating in demand response (OR) programs.
demand side bidding (DSB): The mechanism for demand side resources to participate in electricity markets, which allows consumers to atiively join market bidding to obtain economic benefits by adjusting their energy consumption patterns.
direct load control (I)LC): The demand response (L)R) control method by which, as contractually agreed previously by the supply and demand parties. the end-use equipment may be shut down or operated in the cycle control mode during peak hours. Generally, when the supply needs to be interrupted, the notice of DLC will be sent 15 mm in advance.
emergency demand response: A type of demand response (OR) program requiring customers to quickly curtail or shift load in response to the emergency requests from utility companies.
emission reduction benefits: The energy-saving and emission reduction benefits achieved by demand response (OR) implementation in the perspective of the entire society.
equipment costs: The costs of equipment purchasing, installation, operation, and maintenance. For electrical power customers, equipment costs refer to the expenses of purchasing smart meters and other equipment for participating in demand response (OR) programs. For utility companies, equipment cosis refer to the expenses on equipment including smart power utilization management system, master station, optical fiber communication system. etc.
event: The process from utility company initiating demand response (OR) request, to related customers’ participation, and until the completion of response.
lncentive-bsed demand response: Demand response (OR) programs in which power customers are involved to direct load control or voluntary consumption adjustment, and rewarded by incentive bonus or discounts on electricity bills. The methods include direct load control, interruptible load, demand side bidding. emergency l)R. capacityancillary service program, etc.
incentiie pasment: The rewards to customers that performed load curtailment during demand response (DR) events.
interruptible load (IL): The demand response (OR) control method by which, as contractually agreed previously by the supply and demand panics, utility companies issue interruption request signals to customers during the peak hours and interrupt power supply after customers’ responses.
load reduction: The ditTerence between the customer reference load (customer baseline load) and actual load during the event.
load transfer costs: The loss of service revenue due to load curtailment, and the costs for adjusting the production.operation (commercial and industrial customers) and utilization schedules (residential customers) in advance.IEEE 2030.6 pdf download.

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