A Bottom-Up Model to Evaluate the Flexibility of French Residential Wet Appliances

Abstract : The manual shift of residential wet appliances (dishwashers, washing machines and tumble dryers) in French households that have subscribed to a Time of Use (ToU) tariff represents a flexibility potential available already today and at zero-cost. To quantify this flexibility, a bottom-up model is here proposed and validated. This includes a stochastic occupant behaviour model for predicting the use of the wet appliances and an overlying agent-based model to predict their shifting under the ToU tariff. The model is validated using empirical data collected in a recent monitoring campaign, which provided energy measurements from 60 dishwashers, 100 washing machines and 23 tumble dryers in 107 French households for a period of 1 year.
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Jérôme Le Dréau, Marika Vellei, Yassine Abdelouadoud. A Bottom-Up Model to Evaluate the Flexibility of French Residential Wet Appliances. Building Simulation 2019, 16th IBPSA international conference, Sep 2019, Roma, Italy. ⟨hal-02333012⟩

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