2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.epsr.2020.107009
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Trend analyses of electricity load changes in Brazil due to COVID-19 shutdowns

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“…Study Region Challenges [4] electricity demand and supply USA: New York, California, and Florida system operation, demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting [21] energy sovereignty regions in the USA and Canada energy policies [22] energy use and home energy management New York, USA peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [23] energy security regions in the USA energy policies [24] bulk power systems market operation New York, USA energy market/prices,load forecasting, energy policies [25] electric grid operation regions in the USA and Europe system operation challenges, system maintenance, peak demand and demand ramp rate, stability issue [15] load forecasting using mobility regions in the USA and Europe load forecasting, peak demand and demand ramp rate [9] electricity demand trend Ontario, Canada peak demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting, energy market/prices [26] power system operation Saskatchewan, Canada system operators, load forecasting, stability [8] electricity load changes -statistical analysis Brazil peak demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting, energy market [27] household energy use China energy market/prices, energy policies [5] electricity demand, economy and climate China system operators, peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [28] the impact of the lockdown on power generation and load China system maintenance, energy market [29] photo-voltaic industry's grid parity China photo-voltaic forecasting, market/prices, energy policies [12] operation of small power grids Israel, Estonia and Finland system operators, system maintenance, voltage violation, peak demand and demand ramp rate, stability [6] electricity industry and bulk power system Italy energy market/prices, voltage violation [30] electricity market with large renewables Italy peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [31] electricity consumption regions in Europe peak demand and demand ramp rate, system maintenance [11] sustainable electricity and mobility Finland and Sweden energy market/prices, energy policies, expansion of power system [32] people's behavior and residential energy sector sustainability Kragujevac, Republic of Serbia energy market/prices [7] electricity demand during pandemic Spain peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices, energy policies [33] immediate Impacts on the power sector Europe peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices, energy policies, system operators…”
Section: Ref Work Focusmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Study Region Challenges [4] electricity demand and supply USA: New York, California, and Florida system operation, demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting [21] energy sovereignty regions in the USA and Canada energy policies [22] energy use and home energy management New York, USA peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [23] energy security regions in the USA energy policies [24] bulk power systems market operation New York, USA energy market/prices,load forecasting, energy policies [25] electric grid operation regions in the USA and Europe system operation challenges, system maintenance, peak demand and demand ramp rate, stability issue [15] load forecasting using mobility regions in the USA and Europe load forecasting, peak demand and demand ramp rate [9] electricity demand trend Ontario, Canada peak demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting, energy market/prices [26] power system operation Saskatchewan, Canada system operators, load forecasting, stability [8] electricity load changes -statistical analysis Brazil peak demand and demand ramp rate, load forecasting, energy market [27] household energy use China energy market/prices, energy policies [5] electricity demand, economy and climate China system operators, peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [28] the impact of the lockdown on power generation and load China system maintenance, energy market [29] photo-voltaic industry's grid parity China photo-voltaic forecasting, market/prices, energy policies [12] operation of small power grids Israel, Estonia and Finland system operators, system maintenance, voltage violation, peak demand and demand ramp rate, stability [6] electricity industry and bulk power system Italy energy market/prices, voltage violation [30] electricity market with large renewables Italy peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices [31] electricity consumption regions in Europe peak demand and demand ramp rate, system maintenance [11] sustainable electricity and mobility Finland and Sweden energy market/prices, energy policies, expansion of power system [32] people's behavior and residential energy sector sustainability Kragujevac, Republic of Serbia energy market/prices [7] electricity demand during pandemic Spain peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices, energy policies [33] immediate Impacts on the power sector Europe peak demand and demand ramp rate, energy market/prices, energy policies, system operators…”
Section: Ref Work Focusmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many examples for both of these approaches can be found in the recent literature. The bottom-up research approach has been implemented by studying the effects of the pandemic on power systems in several countries, such as the United States [4], China [5], Italy [6], Spain [7], Brazil [8], Canada [9], India [10], Sweden [11], Israel, Estonia, and Finland [12]. One clear trend emerging from these works is the effects of the pandemic on energy consumption patterns and peak demand, mostly due to the preventative measures taken by governments [13].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the U.S. , overall electricity demand declined by less than 10% from late March to June 2020, compared to energy consumption before the shutdowns [ 32 ]. In Brazil , the decrease in electricity loads was 15% compared with data before the beginning of the isolation decrees [ 18 ]. In Colombia , April and May 2020 were the months with the highest reduction in electricity consumption, accounting for a decrease of 12% and 8%, respectively, compared to 2019 [ 27 ].…”
Section: Reduction In Electricity Demand and Change In Consumption Patternsmentioning
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“…Even though the pandemic is still not under control in several parts of the world, its varied impacts on the global economy are already evident. In the electricity sector , the confinement measures have caused unseen impacts in history, mainly due to the pronounced and prolonged reduction in electricity demand caused by the paralysis of commerce and industry, large energy consumers [ 18 ]. The resilience that power systems had developed throughout history was aimed at preventing supply outages in the event of natural disasters; therefore, the demand reduction, changes in consumption patterns, and high debt levels that will accompany the sector over the coming decades are challenges for which not all the world's electricity systems are equally prepared.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…By contrast, with no lockdown during the pandemic period, Sweden illustrated an increase in electricity consumption compared to the pre-pandemic days ( Bahmanyar et al, 2020 ). After the enactment of social distancing in Brazil, the overall electricity loads fell, and the highest reduction was observed in the South subsystem ( de Delgado et al, 2021 ). Despite the pandemic-induced drop in total electricity consumption, the lockdown substantially exacerbated the prevailing energy poverty worldwide by increasing domestic energy demand amidst the financial crisis ( Mastropietro et al, 2020 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%