Renewable energy supply (pv) integration with building energy management: modeling and intelligent control of electrical storage

Abstract : In building energy management, the electrical storage is important to ensure power supply continuity and reduce cost of electrical consumption. Therefore, an electrochemical battery model is highly recommended for our main objectives, which can contribute to simulate the impact of electrical storage in the building. In our framework, we have developed a complete solution for the electrical optimal management, including prediction, optimization, and real-time management of an electrical storage system with photovoltaic generation. We firstly present the models required to predict consumption patterns, production and storage. Then, under our experimental platform, we detail the predictive control algorithm, monitoring solutions and equipment control, as well as the results obtained. In near future, this research will be applied for the " Micro Smart Grid Development and Application for Building Energy Management " project (USTH, HIT, G2Elab and VAST).
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Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Journal of Science and Technology, 2015, 53 (6A), pp.173- 187
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Đặng Hoàng Anh, Nguyễn Đình Quang, Đinh Văn Bình, Benoit Delinchant, Frederic Wurtz, et al.. Renewable energy supply (pv) integration with building energy management: modeling and intelligent control of electrical storage. Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology Journal of Science and Technology, 2015, 53 (6A), pp.173- 187. 〈hal-01410047〉

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