load shifting

load shifting

[′lōd ‚shift·iŋ]
(electricity)
In an electric power system, the transfer of loads from times of peak demand to off-peak time periods.
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The program revises transmission strategy to reduce load shifting through smoother launches and less aggressive shifting.
All Mack mDRIVE AMTs are available with Easy Shift, a shift program that revises the mDRIVEs shift strategy to reduce load shifting through smoother launches and less aggressive shifting.
In addition to daily load shifting, the technology can also be used for backup cooling--keeping perishable inventory fresh even when the power goes out.
7 million scheme under which fifteen 11KV feeders will undergo the process of upgradation, bifurcation, load balancing and load shifting to address problems of low voltage, tripping and ensure electricity supply with better voltage.
More flexible grids to handle high levels of PV through increased load shifting, energy storage or transmission
Thus, peak load shifting can be realized, and EVBSSs can pay a comparatively low electricity price to the grid.
The hybrid ultracapacitor-battery energy storage system will showcase multiple service applications, extended operational life, rapid response, real-time solar smoothing and load shifting.
In doing so, it attempts to tie together the promotion and adoption (or not) of load shifting tactics, using this as a case study of how demand is created.
While it was engineered primarily to provide ancillary power services, including voltage control, reactive power support, frequency regulation and ramp rate control, the control system also offers energy related services such as peak shaving and load shifting, depending on the IESO's needs, GE said.
There are many methods of load management which can be followed by an industry such as peak clipping load shifting strategic conservation load priority system energy storage units new production equipments load shedding and restoring (Boak 2003).
The load shifting technology of Powin Energy is an application which utilizes advanced storage technology and advanced power management system, and specializes in tuning power generators to achieve the purposes of load shifting and stabilizing power supply.
Unlike load shifting approaches to demand management, this product requires no change in operations for the business and is fully automated.