• The Dunedin Energy Study 2015-2016 

    Dippie, Olive; Stephenson, Janet; Jack, Michael
    The Dunedin Energy Baseline Study is a joint research project between the Dunedin City Council (DCC) and the Centre for Sustainability at the University of Otago. The study takes stock of and analyses energy inputs to the ...
  • Dunedin Energy Study 2018-19 

    Cook, Felix; Stephenson, Janet; Jack, Michael
    The Dunedin Energy Study is a joint annual research project between the Dunedin City Council (DCC) and the Centre for Sustainability at the University of Otago. This study takes stock of, and analyses energy inputs into ...
  • Estimating the Technical Potential for Residential Demand Response in New Zealand 

    Dortans, Carsten; Anderson, Ben; Jack, Michael; Stephenson, Janet
    This report estimates the maximum technical potential for demand response (DR) for three appliances in New Zealand’s residential sector. On-demand electricity load reduction, particularly at times of peak demand, enhances ...
  • Estimating the Technical Potential of Residential Demand Response in New Zealand: A Summary of Results 

    Dortans, Carsten; Anderson, Ben; Stephenson, Janet; Jack, Michael
    This report was prepared by researchers at the University of Otago as part of the GREEN Grid project funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. The report summarises our order-of-magnitude estimates of ...
  • New Zealand GREEN grid household electricity demand study 2014-2018 

    Anderson, Ben; Eyers, David; Ford, Rebecca; Giraldo Ocampo, Diana; Peniamina, Rana; Stephenson, Janet; Suomalainen, Kiti; Wilcocks, Lara; Jack, Michael
    The NZ GREEN Grid project recruited a sample of 25 households in each of two regions of New Zealand (Stephenson et al. 2017). The first sample was recruited in early 2014 and the second in early 2015. Research data includes: ...
  • NZ GREEN Grid Household Electricity Demand Data: EECA Data Analysis (Part B) Report v2.1 

    Dortans, Carsten; Anderson, Ben; Jack, Michael
    This report uses the GREEN Grid project research data to analyse a variety of residential household appliances and their contribution to peak demand under several scenarios. Although the data does not derive from a ...
  • Potential future changes to residential electricity load profiles – findings from the GridSpy dataset 

    Jack, Michael; Suomalainen, Kiti
    In this report we have investigated the effect a number of important new household appliances and changing patterns of device use may have on daily residential demand profiles. The results show a significant effect at high ...