Management model for energy efficiency - Intelligent System module
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Jiménez Mares, Jamer
The power consumption in buildings represents a 30-40% of the final energy usage, hence it is necessary to minimize the power consumption by optimizing the operation of several loads without impacting in the customer’s comfort. According to the above in this work an intelligent approach framing in a management model is presented for the power consumption management of devices taking into account some variables as indoor temperature, outdoor temperature, illuminance and presence. Furthermore, in this research the integration of several Demand Side Management (DSM) criteria with one criterion based on neural networks and other inspired on differential tariff is carried out through dynamic and intelligent selections according to variables performance and customer´s preferences, e.g. priority list of criteria, operation based on comfort or consumption, in addition to other preferences as temperature. Likewise, a previous diagnosis analysis through energy audit is carried out to evaluate devices performance and customer habits. Experimental testing to the proposed approach has been performed in an environment object of study with the consumption data base and its performance tested in simulations runs. The testing results show that energy savings can be achieved through of recommendations provided by energy audit and proposed states by dynamic manager.