Neogrid has been involved in a large number of publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and conferences, as well as project reports. A list of these is provided below.

Conference papers

  • Pedersen, T. S., Andersen, P., Nielsen, K. M., Stærmose, H. L., Pedersen, P. D. Using heat pump energy storages in the power grid. IEEE International Conference on Control Applications (CCA); 2011.
  • Biegel, B., Andersen, P., Stoustrup, J., Madsen, M. B., Hansen, L. H. Lumped thermal household model. In 4th IEEE/PES Conference of Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT Europe), October 2013.
  • Biegel, B., Andersen, P., Stoustrup, J., Madsen, M. B., Hansen, L. H., Rasmussen, L. H. Aggregation and Control of Flexible Consumers – A Real Life Demonstration. IFAC Proceeding Workshop Series, 2014; 9950-9955.
  • Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Pedersen P.D., Popovski P.,Wisniewski R., Comparison of strategies for model predictive control for home heating in future energy systems. IEEE PowerTech, Manchester; 2017,
  • Clauß J., Finck C., Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Beagon P., Control strategies for building energy systems to unlock demand side flexibility – A review. Building Simulation Conference 2017, San Francisco: 2017.
  • Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Clauß J., Georges L., Sartori I., Wisniewski R., Inverse model identification of the thermal dynamics of a Norwegian zero emission house. Cold Climate HVAC, Kiruna: Springer; 2018.
  • Clauß J., Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Georges L., Calibration of a high-resolution dynamic model for detailed investigation of the energy flexibility of a zero emission residential building. Cold Climate HVAC, Kiruna: Springer; 2018.
  • Petersen J.B., Bendtsen J.D., Vogler-Finck P., Stoustrup J., Energy Flexibility for Systems with large Thermal Masses with Applications to Shopping Centers, 2018 IEEE International Conference on Communications, Control, and Computing Technologies for Smart Grids (SmartGridComm) (link)

Articles in journals

  • Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Bacher P., Madsen H., Online short-term forecast of greenhouse heat load using a weather forecast service. Applied Energy 2017; 205:pp. 1298–310.
  • Vogler-Finck P.J.C., Wisniewski R., Popovski P., Reducing the carbon footprint of house heating through model predictive control – A simulation study in Danish conditions. Sustainable Cities and Societies 2018;  42:pp.558-573.

Project reports

  • Nordjysk Elhandel, Neogrid, Eurisco, Aalborg University, ArosTeknik, Intelligent remote control for heat pumps (IFIV) – final report, 2012 (link)
  • Neogrid, Exergi, Holiday residences and smart grid – final report, 2013 (link)
  • NEAS, Neogrid, Aalborg University, PlanEnergi, Ea Energy Analyses, Aarhus University, READY – Smart grid VPP Controllers for heat pumps – final report, 2014 (link)
  • Insero, Intelligent Energistyring, Danish Technological Institute, Exergi Partners, Neogrid, Eurisco, Liab, Styr din varmepumpe v2 – final report, 2015 (link)
  • Neogrid and SDVP v2 consortium, XMPP standard in Styr din varmepumpe v2, 2015 (link)
  • Neogrid and SDVP v2 consortium, Data analysis within the project Styr din Varmepumpe v2, 2015 (link)
  • Dansk Gasteknisk Center NEAS, Insero Energy, Metro Therm, Neogrid, FlexGas final report, 2016 (link)
  • Neogrid, Copenhagen Business School, Conscius, NEAS, Nyfors Net, ZenseTechnology, Aalborg University, TotalFlex – final report, 2016 (link)
  • Delsing J. and Arrowhead consortium, IoT Automation: Arrowhead Framework, 1st Edition, CRC Press, 2017
  • Neogrid, LIAB, Intelligent Energistyring, SDVP Connect – final report, 2017 (link)
  • Insero, Eurisco, Neogrid, Danish Technological Institute, Intelligent Energistyring, HPCOM – final report, 2017 (link)
  • IEA EBC Annex 67, Review of applied and tested control possibilities for energy flexibility in buildings, 2017 (link)