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From renewable energy resources to battery storage, building-grid interaction is an everyday event and HVAC designers and building operators must be able to design and operate the systems in the buildings to optimize this interaction. This seminar focuses on the next generation of HVAC system control strategies that allows buildings to interact with solar PV/battery storage/microgrid systems and the electric grid in an innovative and efficient way. An overview of the electric grid followed by several field and laboratory examples of different HVAC system control strategies to maximize grid reliability and building cost and energy savings are also presented.
1. Demonstration of Integrated Air- and Water-side HVAC Strategies for Demand Response on a University Campus
Thomas Lawrence, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
2. The Feasibility, Economics and Challenges of Using HVAC Systems for Power Grid Regulation Services
Jie Cai, Ph.D., Associate Member, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
3. Impacts of On-Site Battery Storage on HVAC and Other Facility Loads Control Strategies for Peak Load Management and Demand Response Programs
Glenn Remington, Member, Consumers Energy, Jackson, MI
4. The Value of HVAC Control In Transforming Electric Grids
Carlos Haiad, P.E., Member, JCH Energy Management Solutions, Inc., Phillips Ranch, CA