PES Workshop | Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) for Demand Response: Solutions for the Energy Crisis
How is load disaggregation enabling demand response? Does it have a role to play in the energy crisis?
The IEEE Power and Energy Society Switzerland is organising a workshop that focuses on the latest developments in Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) for residential demand response co-hosted by IEEE Power and Energy Society UK and Ireland Section.
The workshop will explore the relevance of NILM as a tool to alleviate the energy crisis by investigating its practical application in residential demand response. It brings together speakers from academia and industry to discuss the latest developments in NILM and its potential use in residential demand response. The workshop considers various aspects of NILM, such as smart meter data access, privacy, and security, including the application of web3 protocols.
The workshop also looks into NILM model transferability of NILM and how it can be used in different contexts. This includes examples from emerging technologies and recently funded innovation projects. The participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research in the field and discuss practical applications of NILM.
The workshop includes an interactive session, where participants can exchange ideas and experiences related to NILM and residential demand response. Through these sessions, participants can explore new strategies for implementing NILM and discuss potential challenges related to the adoption of this technology.
The workshop aims to provide an opportunity for participants to learn about the potential benefits of NILM and how it can contribute to a more sustainable and efficient energy system.