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Optimisation de l’autoconsommation dans une communauté énergétique locale via une blockchain

Abstract : Energy communities offer new ways to consume electricity, as they encourage direct trades between local consumers and producers. Increasing the self-consumption rate requires to coordinate users in order to locally adjust consumption and production. In this thesis, a model based on game theory is build that takes into account consumption habits and preferences of each user in a community. Thanks to the distributed optimization algorithm ADMM, the users reach a consensus between them, while community shared constraints are respected, without the need of a central agent. We build a physical model of the grid to take into account electrical constraints in the energy management strategy. Finally, we deploy a local blockchain to implement this distributed approach in a practical way and enable communication between users. As a result, we propose here an energy management system that is fully distributed, theoretically and practically, and works without any central supervisor.
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Matthieu Stephant. Optimisation de l’autoconsommation dans une communauté énergétique locale via une blockchain. Energie électrique. HESAM Université, 2021. Français. ⟨NNT : 2021HESAE014⟩. ⟨tel-03483996⟩



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