A New Software Tool to Highlight Money Savings Made by a Demand Side Management System for Home Appliances

Abstract : In this article, a new software tool named "ECCO" is introduced. This one is intended to highlight money savings made by a home electricity management system. The simulation is based on a complete database of real electricity consumption patterns of AC loads. Two case studies are particularly described to point out the relevance of the simulation results. The first one consists in postponing the power demand using the delay start function of home appliances. The second one enables to smooth the electricity consumption from a storage system coupled with a converter. The management strategy described in this article uses the difference between electricity prices in peak time and off-peak time. The results demonstrate that this strategy is currently not profitable in France, but it is much more cost-effective in countries, such as in Australia, where this gap of pricing is higher.
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Sébastien Bissey, Sebastien Jacques, Jean-Charles Le Bunetel, Yves Raingeaud, Philippe Ravier, et al.. A New Software Tool to Highlight Money Savings Made by a Demand Side Management System for Home Appliances. International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality (ICREPQ’19), Apr 2019, Tenerife, Spain. ⟨hal-02103552⟩

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