Load Impact Trends from COVID-19 Mitigation Policies

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Wednesday, June 10, 2020
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Carol Delillo
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Carol Delillo

Why isn’t WECC included in the analysis of load impact trends?

Frank Monforte
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Frank Monforte

Good Day Carol. WECC could be added to the analysis. We would need to gather their hourly load data for the period 2017 onwards. Frank

George Jiang
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George Jiang

Hey Dr. Frank! Hope you’re doing well. In the presentation, you recommended the end shift variable to be a binary value beginning in mid-March. Would it be beneficial to incorporate a continuous variable that represents the degree to which stay-at-home orders are followed? What would be a good data source to inform such a variable? Thanks!

Frank Monforte
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Frank Monforte

Good Day George. A continuous variable that has daily values equal to your a prior estimate of the load impact would be a good refinement over a simple 0,1 binary switch. Further, you could use this variable to estimate the load increase as the economy re-opens by reversing the initial values you inputted. Good luck Frank

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