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High-resolution data on load profiles for the residential sector are becoming a more urgent issue as energy demand increases with rising populations. Determining typical load profiles  through research and data goes back decades, but the researcher authors in this paper explain that it has been surprisingly difficult to get a clear picture of the typical demand dynamics because so much is changing: there are now distributed energy resources, micro grids, residential solar systems, smart meters, etc. Demand has never been more dynamic. In this paper, the authors attempt to give a method for extracting high-resolution demand data in the modern energy ecosystem. 

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