A solution to tackle the variability of renewable energy generation: using the Matter IoT standard to enable implicit demand response for private consumers

Fiastri, Alessandro (A.A. 2021/2022) A solution to tackle the variability of renewable energy generation: using the Matter IoT standard to enable implicit demand response for private consumers. Tesi di Laurea in Management of innovation and entrepreneurship, Luiss Guido Carli, relatore Niloofar Kazemargii, pp. 66. [Single Cycle Master's Degree Thesis]

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Variability in electricity markets. Energy storage. An alternative solution. Research methodology. Litterature review. Electricity markets. The day-ahead market. How does a plant get remunerated? Earn-as-you-bid vs uniform price auction. The intra-day market. When to build a new plant-annual revenue requirement. Capacity markets. Ancillary services. In practice: the Italian market, the different actors. Variability in energy markets. Intra-day price variability. The “duck curve”. Inter-day price variability. Pre-defined time slots don’t make sense anymore. Demand elasticity. How does this variability affect retailers. Issues and opportunities. Regulatory framework. Storage-based solutions. Pumped hydro. Batteries. Demand response. Explicit demand response. Implicit demand response. A parallel with Uber's success. Explicit DR implementation. The Italian ancillary services market (MSD). Demand response in the MSD. Remuneration mechanism. Implementing implicit demand response in households. Opportunities. Electrification of consumptions. Obstacles–why it hasn’t been done. The solution. Connectable appliances. Combination with rooftop solar. Technical implementation. Savings potential calculation, different scenarios. Calculation process. Granular calculations per appliance. Impact on energy load. The Matter standard. Smart home fragmentation. Future development: “steering the CSA to energy management”. Participating in the CSA. Energy management: the “silver bullet” for IoT. Stakeholders interest map. End users. Energy retailing companies-differentiation. Savings-sharing. Explicit demand-response. Appliances and IoT devices manufacturers. Governments: an enabler for a higher share of renewable without costly storage. Energy producers: favouring investments in renewables.


Bibliografia: pp. 62-66.

Thesis Type: Single Cycle Master's Degree Thesis
Institution: Luiss Guido Carli
Degree Program: Single Cycle Master's Degree Programs > Single Cycle Master's Degree Program in Law, Digital Innovation and Sustainability (LM/SC-GIUR)
Chair: Management of innovation and entrepreneurship
Thesis Supervisor: Kazemargii, Niloofar
Thesis Co-Supervisor: Chessa, Alessandro
Academic Year: 2021/2022
Session: Autumn
Deposited by: Alessandro Perfetti
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2023 10:04
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2023 10:04
URI: https://tesi.luiss.it/id/eprint/34687


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