Paper Forum

Energy Management of Systems With Heat Pumps and Thermal Storage


Chair: William D. Rosehart

University of Calgary, Canada

Co-Chair: Nabeel Tawalbeh

University of Jordan, Jordan



Design of Demand Management System for Household Heating and Cooling

Suyang Zhou (University of Birmingham, UK), Xiao-Ping Zhang (University of Birmingham, UK), and Xuan Yang (University of Birmingham, UK)


An ARTMAP-Incorporated Multi-Agent System for Building Intelligent Heat Management

Maizura Mokhtar (University of Central Lancashire, UK) and Xiongwei Liu (University of Central Lancashire, UK)


Fine-time-granularity Fast Demand Control of Building HVAC Facilities for Future Smart Grid

Chuzo Ninagawa (Gifu University, Japan), Seiji Kondo (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan), Shinichi Isozumi (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan), and Hiroki Yoshida (Gifu University, Japan)


Demand Side Management of Electric Boilers

Elke Klaassen (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), Yan Zhang (ABB, Switzerland), Ioannis Lampropoulos (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), and Han Slootweg (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)


Shifting of Thermal and Schedulable Loads Based on Abstract Cost Profiles

Markus Damm (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), Milan Lukic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Stefan Mahlknecht (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), Jan Haase (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), Christoph Grimm (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), and Veljko Malbasa (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)


Aggregating the Flexibility Provided by Domestic Hot-water Boilers to Offer Tertiary Regulation Power in Switzerland

Olle Sundström (IBM, Switzerland), Carl Binding (IBM, Switzerland), Dieter Gantenbein (IBM, Switzerland), Daniel Berner (BKW FMB Energy, Switzerland), and Wolf-Christian Rumsch (BKW FMB Energy, Switzerland)


Integration of Heat Pumps in Distribution Grids: Economic Motivation for Grid Control

Stefan Nykamp (University Twente, Netherlands), Albert Molderink (University Twente, Netherlands), Vincent Bakker (University Twente, Netherlands), Hermen A. Toersche (University Twente, Netherlands), Johann L. Hurink (University Twente, Netherlands), and Gerard J. M. Smit (University Twente, Netherlands)


Electricity Demand Impact From Increased Use of Ground Sourced Heat Pumps

Javier Campillo (Mälardalen University, Sweden), Fredrik Wallin (Mälardalen University, Sweden), Iana Vassileva (Mälardalen University, Sweden), and Erik Dahlquist (Mälardalen University, Sweden)


Modeling a Vendor Independent IEC 61850 Profile for Energy Management of Micro-CHP Units

Stefan Feuerhahn (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany), Raphael Hollinger (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany), Chau Do (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany), Bernhard Wille-Haussmann (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany), and Christof Wittwer (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany)


Combined Heat and Power and Consumption Optimization in a SCADA-based System

Filipe Fernandes (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), Hugo Morais (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), Pedro Faria (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), Zita Vale (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), and Carlos Ramos (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)


Development of a Control Strategy for Mini CHP Plants for an Active Voltage Management in Low Voltage Networks

Diego I. Hidalgo Rodriguez (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany), Lukas Spitalny (TU Dortmund, Germany), Johanna Myrzik (TU Dortmund, Germany), and Martin Braun (University of Stuttgart, Germany)


Method of Controlling Reverse Power Flow of PV System With Heat Pump Water Heater

Masahiro Asari (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan) and Hiromu Kobayashi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan)


Demand Side Management Through Heat Pumps, Thermal Storage and Battery Storage to Increase Local Self-consumption and Grid Compatibility of PV Systems

Christopher J. C. Williams (ZSW, Germany), Jann O. Binder (ZSW, Germany), and Tobias Kelm (ZSW, Germany)


Thermal Comfort Analysis During Power Fluctuation Compensation by Use of Air-conditioning System

Shunsuke Kawachi (University of Tokyo, Japan), Hiroto Hagiwara (University of Tokyo, Japan), Jumpei Baba (University of Tokyo, Japan), and Eisuke Shimoda (Shimizu Corporation, Japan)