Definition Edit

Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) is an open standards communication data model that provides Internet–based price, reliability, or event signals to automated commercial and industrial energy management and residential control systems in support of retail and wholesale applications.

Overview Edit

It is "designed to interact with Demand Response signals by automated DR actions from Energy‐Management and Control System (EMCS), which are pre‐programmed, at electric consumer's sites. Internet‐based electricity pricing and DR signals are used with pre‐programmed control strategies to optimize energy use of a site or building with no manual intervention. OpenADR is used to exchange information between a utility or Independent System Operator (ISO) and the end-point users or customer systems."[1]

References Edit

  1. Smart Grid Cyber Security: Potential Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risks, at 24.

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