Energy flexible buildings have the potential to become assets for the electric grid, by providing demand response (load-shifting, peak-shaving) and decentralized generation.
The International Energy Agency’s Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme has recognized the importance of energy flexibility and sponsored the “Annex 67” research project. World experts participating in that project will be at Polytechnique Montréal for a working meeting on October 10-12. At that occasion, the Institut de l’énergie Trottier is organizing a public seminar on energy flexible buildings, where international and Canadian achievements and perspectives will be presented and discussed.
The event is free, but registration is required.
Friday – October 12th 2018, 1pm- 5pm
M-2004, Polytechnique Montréal (pavillons Lassonde)
2700 chemin de la tour
General presentation on the Annex and links with other international / European initiatives
Søren Østergaard Jensen, Danish Technological Institute (Annex 67 Operating Agent)
Characterizing the energy flexibility of buildings and districts
Henrik Madsen & Rune Grønborg Junker, Danmarks Teknisk Universitet
Energy flexibility in residential buildings: thermal mass and PV+battery systems
Kun Zhang & Behzad Barzegar, Polytechnique Montréal
The GridOptimal initiative – measuring buildings as grid citizens
Alexi Miller, New Buildings Institute
Energy flexibility studies for a smart solar institutional building and application to predictive control
Andreas Athienitis, Concordia University
Energy flexibility: the perspective of a utility
Michaël Fournier, Hydro-Québec
Overview of the Canadian Government Demand Flexibility R&D Activities
Véronique Delisle, CanmetENERGY Varennes
Closing and drink/reception