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Power-based distribution tariffs for residential customers – A risk for overloading of network in areas with high penetration of Time-of-Use DSO tariffs?


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Publication Details
Authors: Haapaniemi Jouni, Haakana Juha, Räisänen Otto, Lassila Jukka, Partanen Jarmo
Publication year: 2019
Language: English
Related Journal or Series Information: Conference proceedings CIRED
Title of parent publication: CIRED 2019 Conference
Journal acronym: CIRED
ISBN: 978-2-9602415-0-1
eISSN: 2032-9644
JUFO-Level of this publication: 1
Open Access: Open Access publication

Abstract

Finnish distribution system operators (DSO) have had to provide customers distribution tariffs with different prices on different time of uses (TOU). When electricity system is developing from centralized production and consumption customers to decentralized prosumer customers and multidirectional power flows, traditional tariff systems do not incentivize to overall efficient use of capacity and resources.This paper focuses on studying effects of present nighttime tariff customers’ load control actions on distribution grid loads. The network analysis is performed on secondary transformer level with real hourly customer load demand data.


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