Impact of COVID-19 measures on short-term electricity consumption in the most affected EU countries and USA states - baseline electricity consumption forecast data

Published: 12 October 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ffryvnskb9.1
Contributors:
Javier López Prol,
Sungmin O

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This is the data presented in the article Impact of COVID-19 measures on short-term electricity consumption in the most affected EU countries and USA states https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2020.101639 The dataset contains: - "fct": forecast median point estimate electricity consumption (TWh) per day and country/state. - "low80", "low95", "up80", "low95": 80% and 80% lower and upper bounds of the prediction intervals (TWh). - "diff": percentage difference between the forecast point estimate and actual daily electricity consumption (%). It can be interpreted as the impact of COVID-19 measures on electricity consumption. - "diflow80", "diflow95", "difup80", "diflow95": percentage difference between the lower and upper bounds of the prediction intervals and actual daily electricity consumption (%). - "date": date (dd/mm/yyyy). - "country": 2-digits country code. - "lockdown": starting date of the country/state-wide lockdown/stay-home order (dd/mm/yyyy). For nine countries/states: Austria (AT), California (CA), Germany (DE), Spain (ES), Florida (FL), France (FR), Great Britain (GB), Italy (IT) and New York (NY) between March and July 2020.

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Electricity, COVID-19

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