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Research project

Developing methods to model local area temporal domestic electricity demand

Project overview

The purpose of this 35 month EU International Fellowship (H2020-MSCA-IF-2015) was to implement a programme of research, training and impact activities intended to provide a step change in the level of understanding of, and modelling capacity for, spatially disaggregated temporal domestic electricity demand in a smart grid and demand response context.

This programme was developed in partnership with internationally recognised experts led by the University of Otago (host) who are pioneering in this field.


Lead researcher

Dr Ben Anderson

Principal Research Fellow

Research interests

  • ‘big’ data-driven analysis of habitual energy and water consumption
  • the impacts of interventions or natural socio-technical change on patterns of demand
  • the linkage of 'appliance' monitoring with traditional forms of social science data in support of socio-technical innovation

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

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