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Aggregating energy supply and demand

Drogemuller, R., Boulaire, F., Ledwich, G., Buys, L., Utting, M., Vine, D., Morris, P. and Arefi, A. (2014) Aggregating energy supply and demand. In: Mahdavi, A., Martens, B. and Scherer, R., (eds.) eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. CRC Press, London, England, pp. 425-430.

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Abstract

Energy usage in general, and electricity usage in particular, are major concerns internationally due to the increased cost of providing energy supplies and the environmental impacts of electricity generation using carbon-based fuels. If a "systems" approach is taken to understanding energy issues then both supply and demand need to be considered holistically. This paper examines two research projects in the energy area with IT tools as key deliverables, one examining supply issues and the other studying demand side issues. The supply side project used hard engineering methods to build the models and software, while the demand side project used a social science approach. While the projects are distinct, there was an overlap in personnel. Comparing the knowledge extraction, model building, implementation and interface issues of these two deliverables identifies both interesting contrasts and commonalities.

Publication Type: Book Chapter
Publisher: CRC Press
Copyright: © 2015 Taylor & Francis Group
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/40220
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