With the Smart Grid revolution and the increasing interest in renewable distributed sources, house energy consumption will play a significant role in the energy system: the whole energy generation and distribution system performance can be improved by optimizing the house energy management. Beside the energy bill reduction for single users, another advantage can be obtained for the overall system by jointly managing the energy consumption of a set of users, thus reducing their peak absorption. In this paper we propose optimization models which allow to manage every day energy load for both single and multiusers cases, taking into account distributed energy sources and batteries. Computational results, obtained applying models on real life data, are provided and discussed.

House Energy Demand Optimization in Single and Multi-User Scenarios

BARBATO, ANTIMO;CAPONE, ANTONIO;CARELLO, GIULIANA;DELFANTI, MAURIZIO;MERLO, MARCO;
2011-01-01

Abstract

With the Smart Grid revolution and the increasing interest in renewable distributed sources, house energy consumption will play a significant role in the energy system: the whole energy generation and distribution system performance can be improved by optimizing the house energy management. Beside the energy bill reduction for single users, another advantage can be obtained for the overall system by jointly managing the energy consumption of a set of users, thus reducing their peak absorption. In this paper we propose optimization models which allow to manage every day energy load for both single and multiusers cases, taking into account distributed energy sources and batteries. Computational results, obtained applying models on real life data, are provided and discussed.
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