The world markets experience is based on the offering of saved electrical energy or reduced capacity as a resource in the market. Thus it is important to determine and quantify accurately the expected and actual demand reduction and amount of saved electrical energy. The article discusses and compares the usage of existing methods and approaches for determining necessary characteristics and data for solving the mentioned tasks.
The methods for modeling the energy consumption of the objects which implement energy saving measures are investigated. The paper contains the comparative analysis of the methods for development of the energy consumption models which based on the measured data.
Keywords: Energy Efficiency; Electricity Markets; Energy Consumption Models; Electrical Energy Consumption
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