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Modeling a building energy management system scenario based on OGEMA framework for power flow optimization

: Chen, Chiao-Ping
: Lappus, Gerhard; Nauck, Enrico

Cottbus, 2015, 96 pp.
Cottbus, TU, Master Thesis, 2015
Master Thesis
Fraunhofer ESK ()
energy management; OGEMA framework; ISO 50001; scenario; building; building energy management system; BEMS; Smart Grid Communication

Energy management systems (EMS) for buildings in distribution grids have the potentiality of the unification of smart grids and smart homes. A robust communication infrastructure facilitates data exchange and the power management of the system. For numerous distributed elements in an EMS, such as generators, energy storage systems and user devices, a middleware would be a solution to overcome problems like the complicated communication standards/protocols or the incompatibilities of those elements. This thesis presents a building energy management system (BEMS) scenario equipped with a battery storage system that is modeled by OGEMA framework from the perspective of power flow optimization, with the objective that to reduce intermittent in-feed from renewable energy resources (RES) and to assist the grid in peak shaving at peak times.