Smart grids and prospective modeling for the electricity sector

Abstract : Our daily lives are facilitated by an increasing number of electric appliances. However using electricity as two implications: a real time balance between total supply and demand, and a high environmental impact. In the transition toward sustainable energy systems smart grids have the potential to transform balancing with responsive demands and to enable higher shares of renewables. Including these operational advantages in long term model is challenging. This communication describes a methodology to quantify the long term impact of smart grid on future prospects for the electricity sector.
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25th European Conference on Operational Research, EURO XXV, Jul 2012, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Stéphanie Bouckaert, Edi Assoumou, Nadia Maïzi. Smart grids and prospective modeling for the electricity sector. 25th European Conference on Operational Research, EURO XXV, Jul 2012, Vilnius, Lithuania. 〈hal-01546373〉

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