SiNED Systemdienstleistungen für sichere Stromnetze in Zeiten fortschreitender Energiewende und digitaler Transformation

Motivation

The overall significant growth in electrical energy generation will increasingly be based on a large number of decentralized and fluctuating photovoltaic and wind power plants.[i] The combination of a large number of different fluctuating feed-in systems with systems that can be easily planned and controlled leads to a high degree of complexity in both the planning and operation of electrical networks. In addition, the coordination and communication effort between the actors concerned increases.

Interactions within the energy distribution network and between the distribution and transmission network levels will therefore increase due to the complex and adaptive behaviour of its network participants. This increases the demands on network operations management and the cross-voltage level management of SDL[ii]. This leads to increasing demands on the scope and resilience of the digital transformation of the energy system as well as to new requirements on the economic and legal framework of the future electrical power supply system[iii]. At the same time, the digital transformation creates new opportunities for the design, provision and coordination of the SDL required in the new system design.

For these reasons, from a technical, economic and regulatory perspective, the framework and options for the deployment of SDL urgently need to be further developed and adapted to future requirements.[iv]


[i]    German Advisory Council on the Environment (SRU): Towards 100% renewable electricity supply (special report), 2011

[ii]   Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi): Modern Distribution Networks for Germany, 2014

[iii]  Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi): Expert recommendations from the working groups for the consultation process on the 7th Energy Research Programme, 2018

[iv]  Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH (dena): dena-INNOVATIONSREPORT System Services­ - Current need for action and roadmap for stable operation of the electricity system until 2030, 2018

Goal

In this joint project, the existing Ancillary services are being further developed for future power grids and adapted to the changed requirements and possibilities resulting from the digital transformation and advanced energy system transformation. In addition, new methods and systems for the provision of required and invoiced SDL are designed and evaluated. Together, solutions for the safe operation of future power grids with a high proportion of decentralized generation plants are being developed and tested. The OFFIS part mainly focus on deploying SDL in distribution networks in flexible manner by leveraging information technology.

Technologies

Decentralized & distributed optimization, IEC PAS 62559, Swarm intelligence, Game theory, Cyber resilience. 

Persons
Publications
Robust Stochastic Optimization for Energy Sharing between Multi-Carrier Microgrids using Transactive Energy Management System

Morteza Zare Oskouei, Payam Teimourzadeh Baboli, Davood Babazadeh; ETG Congress 2021; 03 / 2021

Optimal Temperature-Based Condition Monitoring System for Wind Turbines

Payam Teimourzadeh Baboli, Davood Babazadeh, Amin Raeiszadeh, Susanne Horodyvskyy, Isabel Koprek; Infrastructures; 04 / 2021

SiNED-Ancillary Services for Reliable Power Grids in Times of Progressive German Energiewende and Digital Transformation

Jonas Wussow, Davood Babazadeh, Vanessa Beutel, Sebastian Buchholz, Stefan Geissendoerfer, Jana Gerlach, Neelopal Majumdar, Karsten von Maydell, An Narayan, Melanie Hoffmann, Lily Kahl, Thomas Leveringhaus, Marc Rene Lotz, Alex Scheunert, ra, Payam Teimourzadeh Baboli, Paul Hendrik Tiemann, Nils Huxoll, Oliver Werth, Carsten Agert, Michael H. Breitner, Bernd Engel, Lutz Hofmann, Martin Koenemund, Michael Kurrat, Sebastian Lehnhoff, Astrid Niesse, Hartmut Weyer; ETG Congress 2021; 03 / 2021

Wind Turbine Failure Prediction Model using SCADA-based Condition Monitoring System

Bara Alzawaideh, Payam Teimourzadeh Baboli, Davood Babazadeh, Susanne Horodyvskyy, Isabel Koprek, Sebastian Lehnhoff; 2021 IEEE Madrid PowerTech; 2021

A Sketch of Unwanted Gaming Strategies in Flexibility Provision for the Energy System

Buchholz, Sebastian and Tiemann, Paul Hendrik and Wolgast, Thomas and Scheunert, Alexandra and Gerlach, Jana and Majumdar, Neelotpal and Breitner, Michael and Hofmann, Lutz and Nieße, Astrid and Weyer, Harmut; Energy Informatics and Electro Mobility ICT; 2021

Balancing grid islands with distributed energy resources

Tiemann, Paul Hendrik; Abstracts of the 10th DACH+ Conference on Energy Informatics; 2021

Assumptions on a Distributed and Hierarchical Market Concept for Balancing Reserve Aggregation

Tiemann, Paul Hendrik and Nieße, Astrid; Energy Informatics and Electro Mobility ICT; 2021

SiNED-Ancillary Services for Reliable Power Grids in Times of Progressive German Energiewende and Digital Transformation

Wussow, Jonas and Kahl, Lily and Lotz, Marc René and Hoffmann, Melanie and Beutel, Vanessa and Buchholz, Sebastian and Gerlach, Jana and Majumdar, Neelotpal and Narayan, Anand and Scheunert, Alexandra and Teimourzadeh-Baboli, Payam and Tiemann, Paul Hendrik and Werth, Oliver and Geissendörfer, Stefan and Leveringhaus, Thomas and von Maydell, Karsten and Engel, Bernd and Kurrat, Michael and Agert, Carsten and Breitner, Michael H. and Hofmann, Lutz and Könemund, Martin and Babazadeh, Davood and Lehnhoff, Sebastian and Nieße, Astrid and Weyer, Harmut and Huxoll, Nils; ETG-Fb. 163: ETG-Kongress 2021; 2021

Partners
TU Braunschweig, elenia - Institut für Hochspannungstechnik und Elektr. Energieanlagen
www.tu-braunschweig.de/elenia
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
www.uni-hannover.de
TU Clausthal
www.tu-clausthal.de
DLR-Institut für Vernetzte Energiesysteme
www.dlr.de/ve
SiNED

Duration

Start: 01.01.2020
End: 01.01.2023

Source of funding

Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur

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