Nieße, Astrid and Lünsdorf, Ontje and Mayer, Christoph and Scherfke, Stefan and Schütte, Steffen and Tröschel, Martin and Wissing, Carsten and Sonnenschein, Michael
We present our ICT-based approach of an integrative energy management in the distribution grid aiming at a substitution of fossil generation capacities. Using the example of a strong wind power gradient, the potential of the following concepts to adapt to extreme load curves within
short time is shown:
a. Reactive scheduling of small-scale generation units
b. Virtual Appliances for load shifting
c. Load management of battery systems e.g. in Plug-in Electric Vehicles
d. Dynamic product build-up in Virtual Power Plants
The proposed elements of an integrative energy management work on different time scales:
The scheduling of residential combined heat and power plants can lead to feed-in shifts of several hours, whereas load shifting with domestic appliances like refrigerators imply load shifting of less than an hour for a single device. These concepts have to be integrated to adapt local grid load curves to wind power feed-in characteristics.
12 / 2010
Forschungsverbund Energie Niedersachsen
Integration der Elektromobilität in bestehende Energie- und Verkehrsnetze.