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Tang, Weihong (author)
In light of the pressing challenges posed by global climate change and the imperative to reduce CO2 emissions, innovative approaches in energy management are critically important. This thesis presents an exploration of heat pumps integrated with Thermal Storage System (TES) systems, an area of research and application pivotal for enhancing...
master thesis 2024
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Bielefeld, S.E. (author), Cvetkovic, M. (author), Ramirez, Andrea (author)
Electrification of processes and utilities is considered a promising option towards the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from the chemical industry. Therefore, electricity demand is expected to increase steeply. Since the sources of future low-carbon electricity are variable in nature, there is a need for strategies to match availability...
journal article 2023
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Scarabaggio, P. (author), Grammatico, S. (author), Carli, Raffaele (author), Dotoli, Mariagrazia (author)
In this article, we propose a distributed demand-side management (DSM) approach for smart grids taking into account uncertainty in wind power forecasting. The smart grid model comprehends traditional users as well as active users (prosumers). Through a rolling-horizon approach, prosumers participate in a DSM program, aiming at minimizing...
journal article 2022
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Carli, Raffaele (author), Cavone, Graziana (author), Pippia, T.M. (author), De Schutter, B.H.K. (author), Dotoli, Mariagrazia (author)
This paper focuses on the control of microgrids where both gas and electricity are provided to the final customer, i.e., multi-carrier microgrids. Hence, these microgrids include thermal and electrical loads, renewable energy sources, energy storage systems, heat pumps, and combined heat and power units. The parameters characterizing the...
journal article 2022
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Panda, Nanda Kishor (author), Paterakis, Nikolaos G. (author)
Demand-side management (DSM) is an effective way to strengthen the present power system's reliability and security with increasing penetration of renewable energy generations. With the fusion of information technology, present-day loads are getting smarter with their ability to modulate the power and control their switching operations in...
conference paper 2021
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Scarabaggio, Paolo (author), Grammatico, S. (author), Carli, Raffaele (author), Dotoli, Mariagrazia (author)
In this paper, we consider a smart grid where users behave selfishly, aiming at minimizing cost in the presence of uncertain wind power availability. We adopt a demand side management (DSM) model, where active users (so-called prosumers) have both private generation and local storage availability. These prosumers participate to the DSM...
journal article 2021
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Hennig, R.J. (author), Jonker, Martijn (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author)
Residential distribution networks in Europe are undergoing rapid changes. As high-power flexible loads, such as electric vehicle (EV) chargers, become more prevalent, the risk of network congestion increases. This is exacerbated by tariff structures which do not give incentives to limit simultaneous power consumption. Network charges in this...
conference paper 2020
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Michalak, Chris (author)
Traditional electric power systems with large centralized base load power plants have a limited ability to react rapidly to the high supply variability associated with the increasing deployment of variable and intermittent renewable energy sources (RESs). Furthermore, with current power distribution networks primarily designed for unidirectional...
master thesis 2019
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Estrella, Rodrigo (author), Belgioioso, Giuseppe (author), Grammatico, S. (author)
We address the demand-side management (DSM) problem for smart grids where the users have energy generation and storage capabilities, and where the energy price depends on the renewable energy sources and on the aggregate electricity demand. Each user aims at reducing its economic cost by selecting the best energy schedule subject to its local...
journal article 2019
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Swaminathan, Siva (author), Wang, X. (author), Zhou, Bingyu (author), Baldi, S. (author)
Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) units in buildings form a system-of-subsystems entity that must be accurately integrated and controlled by the building automation system to ensure the occupants' comfort with reduced energy consumption. As control of HVACs involves a standardized hierarchy of high-level set-point control and...
journal article 2018
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Vral, T.G.T. (author)
The thesis proposes a controller that enables microgrids to have a modular structure, to be flexible in terms of linked energy consumers and resources, and to offer the possibility of prioritized demand side management, while avoiding the need of employing a dedicated communication network. For this, the control strategy applies droop control,...
master thesis 2016
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Jongerden, S. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Stratis, A. (author)
The traditional power grid map has drastically changed with the advent of renewable energy technologies. The intermittent nature of renewable energy sources hours. In order to deal with issues related to the fundamental quantities of a power grid system (frequency, voltage and current), smart grid systems have been introduced to ensure that...
master thesis 2016
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Sridhar, Jeyakrishna (author), Chandra Mouli, G.R. (author), Bauer, P. (author), Raaijen, Evert (author)
conference paper 2015
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Van Zoest, P.L.A. (author)
In this thesis a simulation study is executed that analyses how new developments of household electricity demand and decentralised electricity generation affect the low voltage distribution grid, and what the possibilities of distribution system operators are to deal with these changes. A simulation model is used to analyse how the electricity...
master thesis 2013
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De Blécourt, M.J. (author)
The electricity demand of households in the Netherlands has been growing rapidly for the last decades and will continue to grow in the near future. This is specifically the case during peak periods. High peak loads could exceed the available capacity, resulting in overloaded network components (assets) which lead to an excessive reduction in...
master thesis 2012
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Kobus, C.B.A. (author)
Today, the supply of energy is based on fossil fuels, which is often considered as an important cause of climate change. Moreover, the supply of energy is increasingly dependent of a few, sometimes political instable regions. An energy transition is needed for the maintenance of our welfare and environment. The needed energy transition will...
master thesis 2010
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Breukers, S. (author), Backhaus, J. (author), Mourik, R. (author), Hodson, M. (author), Marvin, S. (author), Brohmann, B. (author)
The history of energy demand side management (DSM) projects shows that accomplishing lasting energy-behavioural changes is difficult. The CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project aims at a better understanding of energy-related behavioural change, in order to improve the DSM practice. The approach is one of continuous interaction between researchers and...
conference paper 2010
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