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Energy Systems Modeling and Controls

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This talk will focus on two of our research topics in energy systems modeling. The first topic will tackle the problem of energy savings in buildings using advanced distributed control techniques. Taking into account occupancy patterns and their timings, these controls can lead to major reductions in energy consumption by using zonal thermal response and energy asset degradation as main inputs for pre-occupy and post-occupy control schemes at building zones. The second topic tackles the problem of planning and controlling energy storages at distribution network using a network-aware approach. A stochastic optimization model first solves a planning problem using load forecast and network topology inputs. This model is then solved for various stochastic inputs, and input-output patterns are extracted for simple control rules at each energy storage node across the network.

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