Leo Strobel, M. Sc.
Smart Charging and Renewable Grid Integration - A Case Study Based on Real-Data of the Island of Porto Santo
2nd EAI International Conference on Sustainable Energy for Smart Cities, SESC 2020 (Viana do Castelo, 2020-12-04 - 2020-12-04)
In: João L. Afonso, Vitor Monteiro, José Gabriel Pinto (ed.): Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST 2021
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Multi-sector coupled energy system modeling on a regional level
(Third Party Funds Group – Overall project)Term: 2021-05-01 - 2024-04-30
Funding source: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi)
URL: https://www.esm-regio.deReducing primary energy use and greenhouse gases are central goals of the energy transition. However, switching from fossil to regenerative energy sources is not enough to achieve them. An overarching view and optimization of the different sectors of the energy system - electricity, gas, heat and transport - can significantly advance the further development of the energy system in Germany. Potential exists above all on a regional level.
The goal of the ESM-Regio project - short for "Multisectoral Coupled Energy System Modeling on a regional level" - is to create a temporally high-resolution energy system model on a county level that takes into account the four sectors of electricity, gas, heat and transport as well as the required interface technologies. A key feature of the project is a cross-sector model logic. Suitable simulation methods enable a holistic analysis and optimization of the system operation under consideration of the four relevant sectors of the energy system.