We present a feasibility analysis of the controlled delivery power grid (CDG) that uses aggregated power request by users to reduce communications overhead. The CDG, as an approach to the power grid, uses a data network to communicate requests and grants of power in the distribution of electrical power. These requests and grants allow the energy supplier know the power demand in advance and to designate the loads and the time when power is supplied to them. Each load is assigned a power-network address that is used for communication of requests and grants with the energy supplier. With addressed loads, power is only delivered to selected loads. However, issuing a request for power before delivery takes place requires knowing the demand of power the load consumes during the operation interval. However, it is a general concern that having issuing requests in a time-slot basis may risk request losses and therefore, generate intermittent supply. Therefore, we propose request aggregation to minimize the number of requests issued. We show by simulation that the CDG with request aggregation attains high performance, in terms of satisfaction ratio and waiting time for power supply.