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Definition Edit

A Demand Response Automation Server (DRAS) is a

Utility's web server which publishes the event notification and the increased price of power.[1]

Overview Edit

"The purpose of the DRAS is to automate dynamic pricing and reliable related messages and information received from utilities or ISOs to optimize the consumption of electricity during peak hours. The DRAS is an integrator between a Utility/ISO and DR participants. The major roles of DRAS are to notify the participants regarding real‐time prices (RTP), DR events and DR related messages including dynamic pricing."[2]}}

References Edit

  1. Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse, "Acronyms" (full-text).
  2. Smart Grid Cyber Security: Potential Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risks, at 26.

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