Two smart energy management models for the Spanish electricity system
José M. Cansino,
Rocío Román and
María J. Colinet
Utilities Policy, 2018, vol. 50, issue C, 60-72
This paper evaluates two smart energy management models for the Spanish electricity system in terms of power consumption savings, CO2 emissions, and dependence upon primary energy from abroad. We compare a baseline scenario with two alternatives. The first model entails the reduction of the power demand through energy savings measures, smart meters, and self-supply. The second model entails the application of all measures included in first scenario, plus measures oriented to electric vehicles. For each model a sensitivity analysis was performed. Results show that both models can result in reductions of peak loads, CO2 emissions, and energy dependence.
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