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Layton, D. (2006) The Cost of Power Curtailments to the Residential Consumers. School of Public Affair, University of Washington, Applications of Simulation Methods in Environmental and Resource Economics.

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  • TITLE: Investigating Practical Measures to Reduce Power Outages and Energy Curtailments

    AUTHORS: Abdullah M. Al-Shaalan

    KEYWORDS: Power Outages, Energy Curtailment, Cost, Consumer, Energy Conservation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, Vol.5 No.11, November 23, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This work attempts to investigate some practical measures that may reduce severe power outages that lead to energy curtailments. The first step of this attempt is to explore, from the consumer’s perspective, the adverse effects of the energy curtailments that reflect enormous damages (tangible and intangible) to the residential sector in the city of Riyadh (the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia). The second step is to propose, analyze, and employ energy conservation strategies that lead to both energy conservation and costs savings. The study results show that some customers will suffer enormous tangible and intangible losses should these outages occur during specific times, seasons, and for prolonged durations. In order to reduce these power outages and hence mitigate their adverse effects and consequences, the study proposes proper practical measures and solutions without compromising the consumers’ needs, satisfaction, and convenience.