Demand Side Management

Detailed comparison of energy-related time-use diaries and monitored residential electricity demand
Suomalainen, K., Eyers, D., Ford, R., Stephenson, J., Anderson, B., Jack, M. (Energy Buildings, Volume 183, 15 January 2019, pages 418-427)

Identifying residential daily electricity-use profiles through time-segmented regression analysis
Khan, I., Jack, M.. Stephenson, J. (Energy Buildings, Volume 194, 1 July 2019, pages 232-246)

Estimating the Technical Potential for Residential Demand Response in New Zealand
Dortans, C.; Anderson, B.; Jack, M.; Stephenson, J. (Project Report, 2018)
Summary Report available online

Unique household electricity demand dataset for public use released.
More information here and dataset available online

Potential future changes to residential electricity load profiles – findings from the GridSpy dataset
Jack, M., & Suomalainen, K. (Project Report, 2018)

Potential future changes to residential electricity load profiles – findings from the GridSpy dataset (Available in GREEN Grid Conference 2018 Presentations ZIP File)
Michael Jack (GREEN Grid Conference February 2018)

Comparative analysis of monitored and self-reported data on electricity use
Kiti Suolamainen, Michael Jack, David Byers, Rebecca Ford, Janet Stephenson EEEIC / I&CPS Europe (2017)

A minimal simulation of the electricity demand of a domestic hot water cylinder for smart control
Michael Jack, Kiti Suomalainen, J. J. W. Dew, D. Eyers. Applied Energy (2017)

Systems to Implement Demand Response in New Zealand
Richard Strahan and Allan Miller (EEA Conference 2014)
Available on request