عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
Coordination of vehicle-to-home and renewable capacity resources for energy management in resilience and self-healing building
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
هماهنگی منابع ظرفیتی تجدید پذیر وسایل نقلیه به خانه برای مدیریت انرژی در ساختمان انعطاف پذیر و خود شفایی
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Renewable Energy, 146 (2020) 568-579. doi:10.1016/j.renene.2019.07.004
Hasan Mehrjerdi a, Reza Hemmati b, *
The home energy management is an efficient tool to manage energy in the buildings that organizes
different technologies and mathematical techniques to minimize energy cost. Home energy management
often utilizes renewable energy resources to supply load demand in the building. Current home energy
management systems utilize one or several of the available hardware-software capacity resources to deal
with energy consumption in the buildings. However, a comprehensive model including various hardware
and software capacity resources may increase the flexibility of the model. In this regard, this paper
studies an efficient paradigm for home energy management in the building connected to electric grid.
The proposed model forms an energy hub including the hardware resources (i.e., vehicle-to-home, wind
turbine, and diesel generator) and software tools (i.e., demand response program). All the capacity resources
and grid power are optimally adjusted to minimize the daily operational cost of the building as
well as improvement of resiliency and self-healing. Wind energy and load uncertainty are modeled
through stochastic programming. The seasonal pattern is considered for loads, prices, and wind energy.
Simulation results demonstrate that operating all capacity resources minimizes the daily operational
cost. When the wind energy, demand response program, vehicle-to-home, and diesel generator are not
utilized, the cost is increased by 900, 230, 84, and 322%, respectively. It is also confirmed that the
building not only can operate when one of the components is not connected, but also it is able to supply
the demand under off-grid operation.
Keywords: Demand response program | Home energy management | Resiliency | Stochastic mixed integer binary model | Vehicle to home | Wind turbine