Smart Grid and Demand Response had been attracted attentions and evaluated in several demonstration projects. Many demand response experimental results for residential and large scale buildings had been evaluated, while evaluation for small size buildings seems to be not enough. In this paper, a new energy service combined EMS method is proposed for small size buildings. Then results of its application to Miyako Island All-Islands EMS Demonstration Project are introduced. The experimental services include not only demand responses but also peak cutting recommendations and energy analysis reports. The results show combination of services can realize more effects than individual service. Especially the peak cutting recommendations and energy analysis reports help energy consumers to learn and understand how to save and manage energy usages that lead to effective demand response potentials. Also the experimental system developed for energy data measurement and demand response management as an island community EMS is introduced.
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