Integrating Renewable Energy with Time Varying Pricing
Makena Coffman (),
Sherilyn Wee and
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Makena Coffman: UHERO; Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Hawaii
Paul Bernstein: UHERO
Derek Stenclik: GE Energy Consulting
Sherilyn Wee: UHERO; Public Policy Center, University of Hawaii
Aida Arik: UHERO
No 2018-6, Working Papers from University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, University of Hawaii at Manoa
With increasing adoption of intermittent sources of renewable energy, effective integration is paramount to fully realizing societal benefits. This study asks the question, how valuable is residential real-time pricing (RTP) in comparison to time-of-use (TOU) rates to absorb increasing sources of intermittent renewable energy? We couple a detailed power sector model with a residential electricity demand response model to estimate the system and consumer benefits of these two time-varying pricing mechanisms, including greenhouse gas emissions.
Pages: 32 pages
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