Description du projet :
The topic of urban energy concepts is gaining in importance yet so far it lacks the modelling tools required for the development of concepts, the transformation of these concepts into a design solution ready to be implemented (energy demand reduction measures; choice, sizing, location of production, storage, distribution technologies) and finally the development of an operation strategy for the designed infrastructure.
An inter-disciplinary field of research, urban energy systems bring together a variety of well-established research disciplines, such as the production of heat/cold and of electricity via renewable and non-renewable technologies, electricity and thermal distribution networks, energy demand in buildings. Each of these disciplines already has its own tested simulation tools. Instead of developing new tools for the purpose of modelling urban energy systems we propose to bring together these simulation tools already used in the other disciplines within a 'co-simulation platform'.
Research team within HES-SO:
Périsset Blaise, Garin Isabelle, Loperetti Murielle, Citherlet Stéphane, Robyr Jean-Luc, Favre Didier, Page Jessen, Morand Gilbert, Dervey Sébastien, Rey Vincent, Niederhäuser Elena-Lavinia, Carpita Mauro
Partenaires académiques: VS - Institut Systèmes industriels; Lesbat; FR - EIA - Institut ENERGY; Page Jessen, VS - Institut Systèmes industriels
Durée du projet:
24.04.2014 - 05.11.2015
Montant global du projet: 175'000 CHF