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Multi-actor modelling for MILP energy systems optimisation: application to collective self-consumption

Abstract : The shape of an energy project depends on the available technologies but also on stakeholders’ decisions although most energy-support-decision tools only focus on technical issues. This article aims to propose a multi-actor modelling based on stakeholders’ objectives and constraints and to apply it on the optimisation model generation tool OMEGAlpes. This modelling aims to help stakeholders to formalise their constraints and objectives and to negotiate them in a multi- stakeholders design process. Two types of stakeholders involved in urban renewable energy project have been highlighted: operators and infrastructure regulators. This modelling has been applied to a simplified collective selfconsumption project.
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Lou Morriet, Gilles Debizet, Frédéric Wurtz. Multi-actor modelling for MILP energy systems optimisation: application to collective self-consumption. Building Simulation 2019, Sep 2019, Rome, Italy. ⟨hal-02285965⟩

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