How Building and District Algorithms Enhance Renewable Energy Integration in Energy Markets

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Casals, L. C.
Corchero, C.
Ortiz, J.
Salom, J.
Cardoner, D.
Igualada, L.
Carrillo, R. E.
Stauffer, Y.
This study shows the results of the SABINA H2020 project, which analyzes the effect of two level optimization algorithms to increase the consumption of renewable power sources and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. First, at building level, a building algorithm maximizes the self-consumption of generated energy by its own renewable power sources. Second, at district level, a market integrated district algorithm takes into account aspects related to the electricity grid, such as the electricity generation mix and the prices of electricity and ancillary services, and aggregates the energy flexibility forecast of buildings to minimize the overall CO2 emissions while ensuring a cost reduction to prosumers.
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2019 16th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), pp. 1-5