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Welcome to Load Disaggregation and Building Energy Management

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The welcome presentation at the 2nd Smart Microgrids Munich Meetup, focused on Load Disaggregation and Building Energy Management.

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Welcome to Load Disaggregation and Building Energy Management

  1. 1. Load Disaggregation & Building Energy Management 2nd Meetup Event with talks from Academia and Industry 2.2.2018 18:30 AI Lab @ Siemens
  2. 2. Welcome Andrea Monacchi Anwar UI Haq
  3. 3. Status & Challenges Current Status ● Sustainability targets & protocols ● Centralised nature of resources & distribution ● Lack of demand data, predictability & control ● Overproduction to prevent demand peak Howell et Al. Towards the next generation of smart grids: Semantic and holonic multiagent management of distributed energy resources. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Elsevier. 2017.
  4. 4. Status & Challenges Challenges ● Doubling of REs between 2004 and 2014 ○ Increased instability and lower power quality ○ Volatile nature of REs and demand ● Integration of EVs as large loads and storage ● Quality of Service & Grid stability ○ Grid not designed for bidirectional distribution ● Preventing potential system malfunctions ● Multidomain DER optimization (e.g. VPPs) ● Shift from passive to active consumersHowell et Al. Towards the next generation of smart grids: Semantic and holonic multiagent management of distributed energy resources. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Elsevier. 2017.
  5. 5. Active consumers ● Consumers as active entities ○ Utilities can control client’s consumption (demand-side management) ○ Certain loads may be controlled remotely (direct management) ○ Dynamic pricing as steering mechanism (i.e., Indirect management) ○ Continuous information exchange between stakeholders
  6. 6. Active consumers ● Consumers as active entities ○ Utilities can control client’s consumption (demand-side management) ○ Certain loads may be controlled remotely (direct management) ○ Dynamic pricing as steering mechanism (i.e., Indirect management) ○ Continuous information exchange between stakeholders ● Smart Metering ○ Improved billability ○ Grid status monitorability ○ Price and customer’s behavior modeling
  7. 7. Active consumers ● Consumers as active entities ○ Utilities can control client’s consumption (demand-side management) ○ Certain loads may be controlled remotely (direct management) ○ Dynamic pricing as steering mechanism (i.e., Indirect management) ○ Continuous information exchange between stakeholders ● Smart Metering ○ Improved billability ○ Grid status monitorability ○ Price and customer’s behavior modeling - Cost itemization - Occupancy modeling - Anomaly/Fraud detection - Targeted advertising - Plenty more...
  8. 8. Active consumers ● Consumers as active entities ○ Utilities can control client’s consumption (demand-side management) ○ Certain loads may be controlled remotely (direct management) ○ Dynamic pricing as steering mechanism (i.e., Indirect management) ○ Continuous information exchange between stakeholders ● Smart Metering ○ Improved billability ○ Grid status monitorability ○ Price and customer’s behavior modeling ● Distribution System Operators (DSOs) & utilities become service providers - Cost itemization - Occupancy modeling - Anomaly/Fraud detection - Targeted advertising - Plenty more...
  9. 9. Questions to the audience 1. Who is working on Smart Buildings or Smart Microgrids? 2. Who is working on Load Disaggregation?
  10. 10. Agenda ● 18:30 - 18:40 Entry/Registration ● 18:40 - 18:45 A. Monacchi et Al. Welcome from the Smart Microgrids Munich organizers ● 18:45 - 19:00 B. Blumoser - Siemens AI Lab The Siemens AI Lab in a Nutshell ● 19:05 - 19:20 DI. C. Klemenjak - AAU Klagenfurt Load Disaggregation: Introduction & State of the art ● 19:25 - 19:40 Prof. A. Reinhardt - TU Clausthal Accelerating Energy Analytics Research through Synthetic Consumption Trace Modeling ● 19:45 - 20:00 N. Starzacher Load Disaggregation - A Practitioner's View: Learnings and Challenges from Running Disaggregation for Thousands of Users ● 20:05 - 21:00 Discussion, Drinks and Networking

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