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Real-Time Forecasting of Electricity Demand in a Streams-Based Architecture with Applications

United States Patent Application

20170371308
A1
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A streams platform is used. Multiple streams of electricity usage data are received, each from an electrical meter providing periodic updates to electrical usage for devices connected to the electrical meter. Weather information is received corresponding to locations where the electrical meters are. Real-time predictive modeling of electricity demand is performed based on the received multiple streams of electricity usage data and the received weather information, at least by performing: updating a state space model for electrical load curves using the usage data from the streams and the weather, wherein the updating uses current load observations for the multiple streams for a current time period; and creating forecast(s) for the electricity demand. The forecast(s) of the electricity demand are output. Appliance-level predictions may be made and used, and substitution effects and load management functions may be performed.
Ghosh, Soumyadip (Peekskill, NY), Hosking, Jonathan R. (Scarsdale, NY), Natarajan, Ramesh (Pleasantville, NY), Subramanian, Shivaram (New Fairfield, CT), Zhang, Xiaoxuan (Jersey City, NJ)
15/ 189,173
June 22, 2016
GOVERNMENT LICENSE RIGHTS STATEMENT [0001] This invention was made with Government support under Contract No.: DEOE0000190 awarded by Department of Energy. The Government has certain rights in this invention.