Duration: 3 years
- Lehrstuhl für Energieeffizientes Bauen (E3D), RWTH Aachen University
Sponsor: BMWi – Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, promotional reference 03ET1352ACopyright: BMWi
Development of a power supply concept with model-based predictive control based on a Living Roadmap using the example of Forschungszentrum Jülich.
For a sustainable energy supply of buildings with heat, cold and electricity, the view from the individual building is increasingly turned to larger properties or town quarters. The campus of Forschungszentrum Jülich is depicted as a virtual property for IT-supported planning and regulation of a property. For the calculation and evaluation of the developed concepts, a dynamic Living Roadmap is strived for. This is a model-based system, which allows to react to changes in the framework conditions and to consider them in the calculation. The Living Roadmap is tested using the example of the FZJ. On the one hand, long-term holistic energy supply concepts are being developed; on the other hand, the Living Roadmap is also to be used for system regulation.