Buildings account for a large portion of the total energy consumption and they might serve as a significant thermal storage capacity that can be advantageous for the future energy grid. To utilise this capacity, it is necessary to characterise the thermal dynamics in buildings. Existing methods often rely on data that is difficult to measure, or models that are case-specific. Thus, it is necessary to find new methods that are more general to be applicable to a larger share of the building stock.
|Publisher||Technical University of Denmark|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|