Optimal energy planning at district level
In this work we are developing a methodology and an associated decision support tool (OMEGAlpes), allowing to make the best use of the flexibility offered by the energy systems of a district. Our approach is based on the definition of optimal multi-fluid energy planning strategies, thanks to the construction of generic and configurable models, dedicated to MILP (Mixed-Integer Linear Programming) optimization. The strength of this solution lies in particular in the provision of controllable energy models, such as flexible consumption models, adapted to the study of load control scenario. The objective is to offer various players in the energy world assistance in designing, sizing, and managing energy systems at neighborhood level.
OMEGAlpes (Optimization ModEls Generation As Linear Programs for Energy System)
Example of energy flexibility
Modeling of buildings on a neighborhood scale
Date of update February 28, 2023