TAKING INTO ACCOUNT PARAMETRIC UNCERTAINTIES IN ANTICIPATIVE ENERGY MANAGEMENT FOR DWELLINGS
October 17, 2012
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Minh Hoang Le, Stephane Ploix and Mireille Jacomino.
Energy management in dwellings is addressed in this paper. The energetic impact of dwellings in the current energetic context is first depicted. The formulation of the global energy management problem of dwellings is defined as an optimization problem based on a Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP) algorithm. It aims at adjusting the energy consumption to both the energy cost and the inhabitant’s comfort. The available flexibilities, provided by domestic appliances, are associated to time windows or heating storage abilities. The energy consumption in houses is very dependent to uncertain data such as weather forecasts and inhabitants’ activities. The paper focuses on the taking into account parametric uncertainties in anticipative energy management for dwellings. Robust linear programming is implemented in order to provide the robust energy allocation. Application example is given.
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