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Uciencia is the magazine of scientific dissemination of the University of Malaga . This publication is a new support for researchers and technicians of the UMA to present the projects and research infrastructures where they work every day. Uciencia thus becomes a vehicle of the scientific community so that this knowledge, which comes after years of study and work, reaches society. Interdisciplinary communication team for the use of the new Information and Communication Technologies (multimedia resources, databases, directories of links ...) The electricity supply is next to the water one of the services most needed and extended in any building. A vast network that in our country already exceeds the 40 thousand kilometers of circuit, of which 674 were installed only in the last year. Due to its magnitude and importance, the system must be based on an intelligent network that ensures that electricity reaches every home, school or hospital with all the guarantees of safety and efficiency, but also price competitiveness. Until now the energy system was based largely on a supply market, by large companies, and demand, by the users. However, increased awareness of renewables has marked a turning point that has favored the increase in self-sufficiency by an increasing number of users. It is at this point that contributions such as that made by a team of researchers in which experts from the University of Málaga (UMA) take part are important. Specifically, the system developed by these engineers, including Dr. Juan Miguel Morales of the Department of Applied Mathematics of the UMA tries to give the user the ability to decide when, how much and how to consume electricity based on their Preferences and market conditions. "It is known in English as a demand response and would suppose, Morales explains, that markets would not only consist of large electricity wholesalers but would be accompanied by other tiny sources of Demand response " . But how are the two realities connected? Part of the answer to this question centers on the objective of the study published by this international group of researchers in the journal Transactions on power systems . The article lays the groundwork for how the demand response, ie the flexibility of small consumers, can become tradable in wholesale electricity markets, a condition that would boost energy efficiency through increased Renewable in the current system. Sample of it is the American case, A country in which flexible energy demand management is more developed and in which business and homeowners gained in 2013 around 2 million euros thanks to the 30 Gigahertz (GW) that provided flexible demand to From a total potential estimated at 180 GW. As Morales points out, "these benefits can be extrapolated to the European electricity market, whose size is close to that of the American market. This would mean, hundreds of millions of euros that would go directly to the consumer, local business and infrastructure with services such as hospitals, schools, hotels and industries. "These benefits can be extrapolated to the European electricity market, whose size is close to that of the American market. This would mean, hundreds of millions of euros that would go directly to the consumer, local business and infrastructure with services such as hospitals, schools, hotels and industries. "These benefits can be extrapolated to the European electricity market, whose size is close to that of the American market. Dialnet DiCYT: News Agency for the Dissemination of Science and Technology E-science: open file finder Infoamérica.org: the communication portal Kalipedia Collect: open science collector Red Andaluza Science news for kids. 4. Research activity 4.1 Access to publications 4.1.1 Library catalogs 4.1.2 Databases 4.2 Electronic research journals 4.3 Thesis 4.4 Citation Indexes 4.5 Research and research groups 4.6 Institutions (Research Associations and Networks, Academic Institutions) 4.6.1 Associations 4.6.1 4.7 Research Awards 4.7.1 Calls 4.7.2 Researchers from the UMA awarded

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