Power Optimization by Cooling Photovoltaic Plants as a Dynamic Self-adaptive Regulation Problem

@inproceedings{Guivarch2018PowerOB,
  title={Power Optimization by Cooling Photovoltaic Plants as a Dynamic Self-adaptive Regulation Problem},
  author={Val{\'e}rian Guivarch and C. Bernon and Marie Gleizes},
  booktitle={ICAART},
  year={2018}
}
  • Valérian Guivarch, C. Bernon, Marie Gleizes
  • Published in ICAART 2018
  • Computer Science
  • This paper shows an approach to control cooling devices for photovoltaic plants in order to optimize the energy production thanks to a limited reserve of harvested rainwater. This is a complex problem, considering the dynamic environment and the interdependence of the parameters, such as the weather data and the state of the photovoltaic panels. Our claim is to design a system composed of autonomous components cooperating in order to obtain an emergent efficient control. 
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