In September, CIMNE (together with KU Leuven) has published the scientific paper “Dynamic horizon selection methodology for model predictive control in buildings” in Energy Reports Volume 8 (pages 10193-10202).

The paper presents a novel concept to determine the optimal horizon length through a procedure that only requires the development of a regressive prediction model. This will guarantee the use of all the building flexibility potential while reducing the computational resources needed.

Read the publication here.