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A smart grid ready building energy management system based on a hierarchical model predictive control.

Abstract : Electrical system is under a hard constraint: production and consumption must be equal. The production has to integrate non-controllable energy resources and to consider variability of local productions. While buildings are one of the most important energy consumers, the emergence of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the building integrates them in smart-grid as important consumer-actor players. Indeed, they have at their disposal various storage capacities: thermal storage, hot-water tank and also electrical battery. In our work we develop an hierarchical and distributed Building Energy Management Systems based on model predictive control in order to enable to shift, to reduce or even to store energy according to grid informations. The anticipation enables to plan the energy consumption in order to optimize the operating cost values, while the hierarchical architecture enables to treat the high resolution problem complexity and the distributed aspect enables to ensure the control modularity bringing adaptability to the controller.
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Antoine Lefort. A smart grid ready building energy management system based on a hierarchical model predictive control.. Other. Supélec, 2014. English. ⟨NNT : 2014SUPL0010⟩. ⟨tel-01061522v2⟩

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