Demand Dispatch with Heterogeneous Intelligent Loads

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2017-01-04
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Mathias, Joel
Busic, Ana
Meyn, Sean
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A distributed control architecture is presented that is intended to make a collection of heterogeneous loads appear to the grid operator as a nearly perfect battery. Local control is based on randomized decision rules advocated in prior research, and extended in this paper to any load with a discrete number of power states. Additional linear filtering at the load ensures that the input-output dynamics of the aggregate has a nearly flat input-output response: the behavior of an ideal, multi-GW battery system. \ \
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Demand Dispatch, Demand Response, Distributed Control, Randomized Algorithms
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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