Agent-based simulation framework for evaluating energy flexibility solutions and adoption strategies

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Abstract

To achieve national and international climate goals, huge investments are expected in the transition to a low carbon society. Due to large investments and high failure rates, avoiding risks (especially the value chain risk) evaluating the energy flexibility solutions and their impact on the energy ecosystem is essential. This PhD research project aims to develop an agent-based simulation framework for evaluating energy flexibility solutions and adoption strategies in a given energy ecosystem. The simulation framework consists of two sub-frameworks. One identifying and implementing energy flexibility solutions to the agent-based simulation. Another for identifying and implementing adoption strategies to the agent-based simulation. To show proof-of-concept of the developed framework, agent-based simulations of a case study are developed based on the model framework. The case study is an investigation of electric vehicle charging in a Danish electricity distribution grid. The research project’s outcomes of evaluations and recommendations of energy flexibility solutions will contribute to the climate goals.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberP11
JournalEnergy Informatics
Volume4
Issue numberSuppl. 1
Number of pages8
ISSN2520-8942
Publication statusPublished - 24. Sep 2021
Event1st Energy Informatics.Academy Conference Asia - Ph.d. workshop - Sino Danish Center Sustainable Energy, Beijing, China
Duration: 28. May 202128. May 2021
Conference number: 1
https://www.energyinformatics.academy/eia-asia-2021-conference

Workshop

Workshop1st Energy Informatics.Academy Conference Asia - Ph.d. workshop
Number1
LocationSino Danish Center Sustainable Energy
Country/TerritoryChina
CityBeijing
Period28/05/202128/05/2021
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