Volume 36: Intelligent Energy Solutions for Resilient Urban Systems

Quantitative Research on Air-conditioning Virtual Energy Storage Performance of Building Air Conditioning System: A study in Shanghai Dan Yu, Xiao Han Zhou, Fanyue Qian



The flexible adjustment of the air conditioning system can help smooth the load curve and absorb renewable energy. However, the quantification of building air conditioning flexibility (Air-conditioning Virtual Energy Storage,AVES) is still in its early stages. This study takes the climate and architecture of Shanghai as an example to study the changes in VES characteristics of air conditioning under different fence structures. Based on regression analysis and correlation analysis, the main factors affecting the VES of air conditioning are analyzed and quantified. This study can provide theoretical reference for the study of flexible air conditioning regulation in specific regions.

Keywords Virtual energy storage, building air conditioning system, fence structure

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