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Our research assistant Jonas Schlund presented a paper titled „FlexAbility - Modeling and Maximizing the Bidirectional Flexibility Availability of Unidirectional Charging of Large Pools of Electric Vehicles“ at the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy 2020). I...

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In our paper "Optimized Integration of Electric Vehicles in Low Voltage Distribution Grids" we analyse the impact of unccordinated charging of electric vehicles and different smart charging strategies on a representative European semi-urban low-voltage grid. The paper was published openly accessible...

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The ChargingLedger project received an EXIST start-up grant from the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy via the i7 Chair. The aim of the start-up is to offer and commercialize smart charging as a service to grid operators or energy suppliers through data-driven optimization. The project runs i...

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At the FAU Silicon Valley Spring School, the i7 Chair was represented in Silicon Valley from March 21-29 and gained interesting insights into the startup scene. In addition to lectures by experts and startups such as Affinity, Arevea, EyeQue or MyndScape, the focus was on "networking". In addition, ...