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The potential of demand-side management in energy-intensive industries for electricity markets in Germany

Moritz Paulus () and Frieder Borggrefe

Applied Energy, 2011, vol. 88, issue 2, 432-441

Abstract: This paper investigates the technical and economic potential of energy-intensive industries to provide demand-side management (DSM) in electricity and balancing markets through 2030. Increasing shares of renewables will lead to a rising demand for ancillary services at the same time that less conventional plants will be available to provide these services. This paper makes projections on the extent to which DSM from industrial processes can provide economic benefits in electricity markets with renewables by providing tertiary reserve capacity. Different industrial processes and their specific technical and economic properties are investigated and compared with other storage devices and electricity generation technologies. Based on an extension of an existing European electricity market model, simulations are used here to make long-term forecasts for market prices, dispatch and investments in the electricity markets through linear optimization.

Keywords: Integrating; renewable; energies; Wind; energy; Demand-side; management; Industrial; processes; Balancing; markets (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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