Lorenzo Bottaccioli

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New approaches and business models for the development of renewable sources are needed as an alternative to feed-in tariffs. In this work, we present a tool-chain based on a distributed infrastructure for planning renewable energy systems deployment. This solution aims at fostering new services and business models by promoting energy community actions. Such(More)
The energy efficiency management at urban scale by means of integrated modelling. Abstract Innovative technologies such as ICTs are recognized as being a key player against climate change and the use of sensors and actuators can efficiently control the whole energy chain in the Smart Thermal Grids at district level. On the other side, advances on 3D(More)
Energy efficiency and energy consumption awareness are a growing priority for many countries. Among the large variety of methods proposed by energy scientists and professionals to evaluate building energy consumption, a widely adopted approach is the energy signature. Since the energy data easily scale towards very large datasets, the problem of(More)
Due to the increasing penetration of distributed generation, storage, electric vehicles and new ICT technologies, distribution networks are evolving towards the Smart Grid paradigm. For this reason, new control strategies, algorithms and technologies need to be tested and validated before their actual field implementation. In this paper we present a novel(More)
(2016). Distributed software infrastructure for evaluating the integration of photovoltaic systems in urban districts. Porto, the institutional repository of the Politecnico di Torino, is provided by the University Library and the IT-Services. The aim is to enable open access to all the world. Please share with us how this access benefits you. Your story(More)
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