Residential Electricity Use and Control - Technological Aspects

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Residential Electricity Use and Control - Technological Aspects. / North, Gregory.

2001.

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T1 - Residential Electricity Use and Control - Technological Aspects

AU - North, Gregory

PY - 2001

Y1 - 2001

N2 - The research report details the current outcomes of an investigation into ways to improve the control and use of electricity for both electric utilities and residential end-users. These improvements can be achieved through electrical control possibilities where specific electrical devices could be either removed or time-shifted to less demanding periods. Two-way communicable electricity meters had been installed and a residential study group was created for the analysis. Further base information for the project was obtained through an electricity user survey, hourly electricity consumption data for the study group and temperature data.

AB - The research report details the current outcomes of an investigation into ways to improve the control and use of electricity for both electric utilities and residential end-users. These improvements can be achieved through electrical control possibilities where specific electrical devices could be either removed or time-shifted to less demanding periods. Two-way communicable electricity meters had been installed and a residential study group was created for the analysis. Further base information for the project was obtained through an electricity user survey, hourly electricity consumption data for the study group and temperature data.

M3 - Licentiate Thesis

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