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Conference paper
Dynamic day-ahead water pricing based on smart metering and demand prediction
16th Conference on Water Distribution System Analysis (WDSA 2014), 2014
ABSTRACT:
Ever growing water needs cause the rising of peak demand which influences the sourcing and effluent costs and causes an increased outwear of the water distribution system components. To get closer to the ideal flat-demand case, it is necessary to make consumers use water more rationally and/or shift water uses from high-loading instants. In the case that consumers are equipped with smart meters it is technically possible to apply dynamic water pricing which is determined through an optimization of cumulative costs for the water use profile. These costs are covered by water distribution revenues in a full cost recovery principle.
BibTeX entry:
@inproceedings \{Vasak2014_548,
author = \{Va\v{s}ak, M. AND Banjac, G. AND Baoti\'{c}, M. AND Matu\v{s}ko, J.},
title = \{Dynamic day-ahead water pricing based on smart metering and demand prediction},
booktitle = {16th Conference on Water Distribution System Analysis (WDSA 2014)},
year = \{2014}
}

 

 

 

 

 

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