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Multi-Commodity Energy Management Applied to Micro CHPs and Electrical Heaters in Smart Buildings




Published: 2016 September
Herausgeber: Friederich Kupzog
Buchtitel: 5th D-A-CH+ Energy Informatics Conference in conjunction with 7th Symposium on Communications for Energy Systems (ComForEn)
Nummer: 84
Reihe: OVE-Schriftenreihe
Seiten: 96
Verlag: Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik
Erscheinungsort: Klagenfurt

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Kurzfassung
Energy management on a residential level can provide supplementary load shifting exibility for upcoming smart grids, supporting increased energy effciency by aligning load with surplus energy generated from renewables. This paper presents results from the EIT Digital Project HEGRID, in which a multicommodity test-bed has been evaluated in Karlsruhe, Germany. The system architecture is based on the EF-Pi framework (Energy Flexibility Platform and Interface) and integrates different energy carriers (natural gas, electricity, heat). We present the device driver architecture, user interface, simulation capabilities, and energy management through drivers of device categories. Our experiments validate this multi-commodity scenario and its components in a real device test-bed and provide lessons learned from a prototype implementation of the entire stack, thus decoupling hardware-specifc devices through software drivers from energy management.

ISBN: 978-3-85133-090-8
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Projekt

HEGRID


Verknüpfte Tools

Energy Smart Home Lab


Forschungsgruppe

Effiziente Algorithmen


Forschungsgebiet

Energieinformatik