Adaptive heat pump and battery storage demand side energy management
|Titel||Adaptive heat pump and battery storage demand side energy management|
|Buchtitel||E3S Web of Conferences|
|Band||volume 22 (ASEE17)|
|Seiten||article number 00162|
An adaptive linear model predictive control strategy is introduced for the problem of demand side energy management, involving a photovoltaic device, a battery, and a heat pump. Moreover, the heating influence of solar radiation via the glass house effect is considered. Global sunlight radiation intensity and the outside temperature are updated by weather forecast data. The identification is carried out after adapting to a time frame witch sufficiently homogeneous weather. In this way, in spite of the linearity an increase in precision and cost reduction of up to 46% is achieved. It is validated for an open and closed loop version of the MPC problem using real data of the ambient temperature and the global radiation.