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廣域智慧能源管理平台應用推廣計畫

計畫主持人: 楊冠雄
協同主持人: 王輔仁
執行單位: 臺灣建築學會
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組別: 環境控制組
執行方式: 業務委託
關鍵詞: 廣域智慧能源管理平台、電力需量反應、全尺度實驗印證
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中文摘要


106年完成之「廣域智慧能源管理平台建置與運轉評估計畫」,係藉由廣域智慧能源管理平台WABEMS之建立,整合及分析區域內各單棟建築耗能之不同參差需求,導入節能策略與進行電力需量反應(Demand Response,以下簡稱DR)計畫。從單一建築之空調等耗能系統最佳化,擴大推展至整體大區域系統節能最佳化技術,使建築節能由傳統的單棟建築規模邁向廣域規模,並已獲得良好之成果。

本年度計畫之目標係透過產官學研合作機制,將前揭計畫成果擴大應用推廣,以整合區域內不同棟建築物之能源管理系統,驗證尖峰用電電力需量反應之效益,並將驗證成功之相關電力需量反應案例,邀請有興趣參與之單位,共同合作進行技術擴散與經驗分享,本計畫廣域智慧能源管理平台將扮演能源管理調度中心之角色,強化區域內建築能源使用管理,達到推動智慧綠建築與社區之技術擴散與應用目標。

本案完成遴選於9個案例之現廠勘查、討論與初步空調主機進行DR反應測試過程中,不但可真正試驗出該單位之大型中央空調主機性能,是否足以參與並勝任需量反應之角色;且此診斷服務過程本身,經由本研究團隊將前期之WABEMS成功經驗,加以複製、傳承至此新案之中,即為良好之技術擴散與交流之機制。9個案例包括:

1.嘉義市政府南棟大樓(辦公類)

2.屏東縣政府北棟大樓(辦公類)

3.高雄市政府鹽埕區公所(辦公類)

4.雲林縣政府斗六地政事務所(辦公類)

5.國立屏東科技大學綜合大樓(校園類)

6.國軍高雄總醫院屏東分院(醫院類)

7.國立中山大學圖書資訊大樓(校園類)

8.國立高雄科技大學燕巢分部圖資大樓(校園類)

9.國軍高雄總醫院岡山分院(醫院類)

本案已擴增納入各參與單位之BEMS系統,整合包括軒捷公司平台與盛益公司平台,完成中央空調系統尖峰用電電力需量反應集中卸載之實驗平台。上述醫院類、辦公類及校園類不同應用場域之廣域智慧能源管理平台參與案例,同時於尖峰用電時段上午10:30至11:30與下午13:30至14:30兩個時段,各案例冰水主機同時進行中央空調主機限制電流之卸載策略,共同完成電力需量反應聯合運轉測試,此為我國第一次完成之創舉!

最後,本計畫於北部、南部各辦理1場成果說明會,針對參與廣域智慧能源管理平台技術應用之案例,進行成果說明與宣導。

經由本計畫之執行,已獲得如下之成果:

1.完成廣域智慧能源管理平台合作機制架構之建立。

2.完成廣域智慧能源管理平台之申請文件,並舉辦1場專家諮詢會議。

3.完成舉辦1場申請參與說明會。

4.完成遴選新增至少8個具電力需量反應示範潛力之參與單位。

5.完成入選參與單位之廣域智慧能源管理平台系統調校等作業,並擴增中央空調系統尖峰用電電力需量反應集中卸載之實驗平台。

6.完成尖峰用電之電力需量反應聯合模擬運轉測試,並完成整合成至少3類不同應用場域之廣域智慧能源管理平台參與案例之成效分析。

7.完成舉辦2場成果說明會。

8.完成鏈結大型電力需量反應計畫之可行性建議。



英文摘要


In recent years, IEA has been focusing on promoting the Energy in Buildings and Communities Programme, EBC, which forms the most important direction toward a community energy conservation and sustainable development. In that program, the specific BEMS system in each building should be integrated into a Wide-Area BEMS, or WABEMS, and promotes with the top priority. This is inline with the National ICT Development Program, and the Sustainable Intelligent Cities– Intelligent Green Buildings and Communities Promotion Programme in our nation, through the larger-scale implementation from singular points to wider area with demonstrative projects and full-scale experimental investigation.

Through the establishment of the WABEMS, the diversity factors in operating each single building energy system can be considered and managed, so that energy conservation strategies can be inputed, to reach an optimal solution, from a local, microscopic scale to a wider area and macroscopic scale.

Especially, during the summer, the energy consumption by the commercial buildings are the root cause of the stringent power peak demand. The implementation of the Demand Response (DR) program, is a vivid and effective counter-measure strategy to face this challenge, without the necessity to construct new power plants. It is the goal of this project, to perform a systematic study in establishing a WABEMS system to analyze the feasibility to perform a larger-scale DR program through full-scale experiment. A demonstrative project, selected from the existing 200 BeeUp projects, either a general hospital or an university campus, will be performed where its central HVAC system will be unloaded as a means to answer the DR instruction, so that the establishing, testing, adjusting, balancing, and operating of the WABEMS platform can be analyzed with energy and peak power saving effect realized, to form a solid ground for future larger-scale application.

In this project, a formal seminar will also be organized to gather all the interested parties, such as experts from architectural and HVAC specialties, and general audiences to join, as a preparation for future implementation.

Through the execution of this project, the following results can be realized:

1.To establish a WABEMS ICT platform as an experimental tool to validate the Demand Response effectiveness during the summer.

2.To perform a quantitative analysis and full-scale experimental investigation on the technical feasibility in implementing 

Demand Reponses projects, especially in developing feasible unloading technologies for central chillers in HVAC systems.

3.To establish a demonstrative project, which will indicate the effectiveness and results in meeting a Demand Response call during the summer under Taiwan’s ambient conditions and power demand situations. It will form a vivid picture of such a program, to evaluate the supporting resources needed, to make this program sustainable in the future.