REEDD-CR: Residential Electricity End-use Demand Dataset from Costa Rican households

Published: 14 October 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6zrscrf3yv.1
Electric Power & Energy Research Laboratory EPERLab


Residential Electricity End-use Demand Dataset of Costa Rica (REEDD-CR) contains the results of monitoring 51 Costa Rican households. The data set includes the aggregated and branch circuit measurements for every home with a sample time of 1 min for at least an entire week. The measurements were distributed all across the country. In addition, based on these sub-measurements, REEDD-CR includes a dataset of 197 load signatures composed of seven consumption and demand features for eight high-consuming appliances: refrigerator, stove, dryer, lighting, water heating, air conditioning, microwave, and washing machine. The features included on each load signature are average power, peak power, average daily events, average daily energy, day-use factor, night-use factor, and time of use. The single-appliance measurements used to calculate these load signatures are also part of the dataset.



Electricity, Energy Demand, Electrical Appliance