Small scale impact of gas technologies on electric load management - μCHP & hybrid heat pump

Abstract : To face winter electricity peaking issues the authors proposes an analysis of the potential of distributed gas technologies for demand side management. This impact has to be analysed at small scale before any large scale extrapolation. Bi-energy technologies (gas and electricity) are a path to transfer loads from one system to another. Indeed, the flexible gas infrastructure adapts to load while electricity demand variations cause risk of black-out. The impacts of two hybrid technologies are studied at transformer level with 1-min experimental load profiles of 40 dwellings equipped with micro Combined Heat and Power (μCHP) boilers over a year in France. An absolute peak load reduction by 17% at small scale is found. Different technology mixes are then simulated to assess the effect on local infrastructure. Finally a methodology for temperature dependence analysis of load is used to assess different potential benefits of gas technologies.
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Cyril Vuillecard, Charles-Émile Hubert, Régis Contreau, Antony Mazzenga, Pascal Stabat, et al.. Small scale impact of gas technologies on electric load management - μCHP & hybrid heat pump. Energy, Elsevier, 2011, 36 (5), pp.2912-2923. ⟨10.1016/j.energy.2011.02.034⟩. ⟨hal-00769696⟩

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