The Interplay Between Energy Efficiency and Demand Response for Smart Buildings: Implications for Power Systems - Part II
* 21PESGM2791, Energy-Flexible and Grid-Responsive Buildings: Opportunity, Challenges and Solutions: S. WANG, Hong Kong Polytechnic University * 21PESGM2320, Can a Building Provide both Energy Efficiency and Demand Flexibility?: P. BAROOAH, University of Florida * 21PESGM2792, The ASHRAE Great Energy Predictor III Competition: Using Kaggle Machine Learning Model Crowdsourcing for Meter Prediction Innovation: C. MILLER, National University of Singapore * 21PESGM2323, Scalable, Cost-Effective Identification and Control of Heat Pumps for Energy Management: K. M. ZHANG, Cornell University
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Traditional energy efficiency and demand response programs and measures are not well coordinated; however, a substantial body of emerging research and practical deployments is finding that actions taken to improve building energy efficiency affect demand response capabilities and vice versa. This panel will bring together a group of academic researchers, national laboratory researchers, and industry professionals from the power systems and smart buildings communities to discuss recent findings on the interplay between energy efficiency and demand response, and to propose ways to improve both energy efficiency and demand response through integrated approaches.
Shunbo Lei, University of Michigan, Johanna Mathieu, University of Michigan
Smart Buildings, Loads &, Customer Systems