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[Electricity demand or load forecasts inform both industrial and governmental decision making processes, from energy trading and electricity pricing to demand response and infrastructure maintenance. Electric load forecasts allowDistribution system operators Distribution System Operators (DSOs)...
[Electrification of transport and heating, and the integration of low carbon technologiesLow carbon technologies (LCT) is driving the need to know when and how much electricity is being consumed and generated by consumers. It is also important to know what external factors influence individual...
[From travel disruptions to natural disasters, extreme events have long captured the public’s imagination and attention. Due to their rarity and often associated calamity, they make waves in the news (Fig. 3.1) and stir discussion in the public realm: is it a freak event? Events of this sort may...
[When studying peaks in electricity demand, we may be interested in understanding the risk of a certain large level for demand being exceeded. For example, there is potential interest in finding the probability that the electricity demand of a business or household exceeds the contractual limit....
[In the previous chapter, we looked at load measurements for all households together and we ignored their chronological order. In contrast, in this chapter, we are interested in short term forecasting of household profiles individually. Therefore, information about the time at which measurements...
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