Use Cases & Guidelines for Integrated Energy Systems Management

WP Leader: HSG Zander

Participants: BAM, Valladolid, ESB, SIRUS, NEC

The concept of systems integration aims to addresses the deficit of open, standardised systems interoperability. Systems are considered openly integrated if they share resources seamlessly without duplication and in which redundancies are deliberate rather than incidental.This work package aims to deliver demonstrable results for the integrated systems concept and achievements through industry focused use case scenarios developed at three European deployment locations. These demonstration sites are the campus of University College Cork in Ireland, The Heurta del Rey Sports Centre in Valladolid, Spain and the Commerzbank Sports Arena in Frankfurt, Germany

The primary goal is to deploy and test the tools and methodologies for holistically integrated energy systems developed in work packages 4,5 & 6 and achieve successful project results. Work package 3 will be delivered in close collaboration with WP1 in order to extract lessons and develop guidelines for future planning and financing of Integrated Energy Management and Service Systems.

The three demonstration sites combined offer diverse test bed conditions upon which to develop the integrated energy systems concepts of CAMPUS21.  WP3 will specify the use case scenarios upon which the integration methodologies and tools will be based depending on the types of building energy systems at each particular site. 
WP3 is guided by the scientific and technical objective (STO)3: Development of an Integrated Energy Systems Management Concept which requires the following approach:

  • Industry-driven Development Of Realistic Use Cases
  • Installation Plan
  • Management Concept
  • Systems Integration Guideline

The following tasks describe the approach of WP3 to fulfil STO3.

Task 3.1: Initial Use Case Specification for Demonstrators
In Task 3.1, the industry partners from the areas of FM, BMS and Energy Services (HSG Zander, BAM Sirus & ESB) develop the initial proposals for demonstrator use cases in close collaboration with the building owners and operators and installation subcontractors.

Task 3.2: Advanced Use Case Specification and Installation Plan for Integrated Energy Systems.
Building on the scenarios developed for use cases in task 3.1 an advanced specification and installation plan for the finalised use cases will be produced as task 3.2. The plans are verified by the industry partners, the location owners/operators and the local installation sub contractors.

Task 3.3: Installation of Integrated Energy Systems
Progressing from 3.2 the installation plan is executed by the demonstration site owner/operators and their subcontractors. The installations are also influenced by the requirements of the systems, tools and methodologies developed in WP4,5 & 6.

Task 3.4: Manage Deployment and Evaluation of Integrated Energy Systems
Following the completion of the installation plan HSG Zander and Valladolid manage the deployment and evaluation of the integration methodologies, systems, and tools and provide feedback to WP4,5 & 6. Updates and adaptations are then rolled out and implemented on site during the systems development and testing.

Task 3.5: Implementation Guideline for Integrated Energy Systems
Using the findings of task 3.4 BAM will develop the Installations Guidelines for Integrated Energy Management Systems. Contributions from both industry and research based partners will be the basis of the document structure.

The following Deliverables document the achievements of this work package:

D3.1: Initial Use Case Specification for Demonsrators. 
D3.2: Advanced Use Case Specification and Installation Plan for Integrated Energy Systems. 
D3.3: Integrated Energy Systems.
D3.4: Final Industrial Field Test Report
D3.5: Guidelines For Implementation

Work Package Leader

Seán Sirr
HSG Zander GmbH
CoC for Energy & Sustainability
Frankfurt, Germany
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