Smart Energy City in Stockholm Royal Seaport

The full details are available at www.smartenergycity.se

Background
In order to secure a reliable, effective, and competitive electricity distribution grid the demand flexibility within the residential sector needs to be further explored.

Aims
The aim of the research is to develop a conceptual evaluation framework to for increased understanding of the potential of feedback-based intervention strategies, and test the framework in the Stockholm Royal Seaport case study.

Approaches
Evaluation of a case study involves several methodological approaches, such as; statistical data analysis, surveys and interviews.

Keywords
Smart grid, demand response, intervention strategies

Research Group

UrbanT/SEED/KTH

PhD Students: Anders Nilsson, Supervisor: Dr. Olga Kordas

Dept. of Industrial Ecology, KTH

Links and references

The full list of papers and links can be found at www.smartenergycity.se

Additional Funding (apart from StandUp for Energy)

The Swedish Energy Agency