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This paper presents economically optimized energy and power management strategies for grid-friendly
hydrogen based Zero Energy Buildings (ZEBs). The proposed energy management strategy is an adaptative
optimization-based strategy that minimizes the operation cost of the facility taking into account
RES generation prediction errors. It is shown that with an Adaptative Optimized Five-step Charge
Controller (AOFC2) the use of the different equipment is optimized and the overall operation cost is
minimized considering the entire life of the facility. The proposed energy management strategy is
coordinated with power management strategies to offer advanced functionalities (peak-shaving, reactive
power control and back-up service) that provide added-value to the facility. The paper demonstrates by
means of offline and real-time simulations, that an adequate energy and power management structure
permits the optimal economic exploitation of an advanced ZEB (that includes an energy storage system),
providing not only a zero energy annual balance but also interesting added-value features to the grid and
to the local consumers.
CitationMilo, A. [et al.]. Optimal economic exploitation of hydrogen based grid-friendly zero energy buildings. "Renewable energy", Gener 2011, vol. 36, núm. 1, p. 197-205.
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