That was one of the challenges in the “Power Laws” series run by Schneider Electric.
Each challenge explores a different aspect of energy efficiency and smart energy management in an era of environmental change. The winning algorithms from these competitions are released under an open source license in order to spread understanding about how energy modeling works and what approaches are most effective.
The goal of the challenge was to build an algorithm which provides an accurate forecast from the very start of a building’s instrumentation.
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