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Planning for energy resilience: application to individual buildings

Natural disasters, or consequences of hybrid or conventional warfare are evidencing the low resilience of energy systems. Many have theorized about resilience metrics, but very few have attempted to plan with a resilience component. One key feature of resilient systems is the ability to degrade gracefully, to survive, whereby limited but critical functionality of systems remains. Past experiences have shown distributed energy resources as key to maintain partial survivability. Our objective will be to develop a multi-criteria—cost, resilience, decarbonization—model to plan local energy supply for extreme events, based on an existing end-consumer model.


Jaime Muela Madrid

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  • Grado en Ingeniería en Tecnologías Industriales (electricidad) - (GITI-E)