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|Beschreibung EN=Hybrid Energy Grid Management (HEGRID) focuses on realizing a prototype multi-commodity (electricity, gas and thermal energy) energy management framework. This framework enables interoperability of a variety of energy management approaches and devices. The basis of HEGRID will be formed by the Open Energy Management Framework: an operational platform that supports multiple smart grid approaches for the electric grid. This base platform will be extended to support gas and thermal grids as well. It will also feature a coordination mechanism that can make intelligent decisions across commodities (e.g. how to make the best use of a CHP that uses gas to produce heat and electricity). Multi-commodity energy management is largely unexplored territory, but is an important step to increase the efficiency, flexibility and stability of the combined grids. The project addresses essential challenges posed by the "Energy transition" to incorporate more energy generated from renewable sources.
 
|Beschreibung EN=Hybrid Energy Grid Management (HEGRID) focuses on realizing a prototype multi-commodity (electricity, gas and thermal energy) energy management framework. This framework enables interoperability of a variety of energy management approaches and devices. The basis of HEGRID will be formed by the Open Energy Management Framework: an operational platform that supports multiple smart grid approaches for the electric grid. This base platform will be extended to support gas and thermal grids as well. It will also feature a coordination mechanism that can make intelligent decisions across commodities (e.g. how to make the best use of a CHP that uses gas to produce heat and electricity). Multi-commodity energy management is largely unexplored territory, but is an important step to increase the efficiency, flexibility and stability of the combined grids. The project addresses essential challenges posed by the "Energy transition" to incorporate more energy generated from renewable sources.
 
|Kontaktperson=Hartmut Schmeck, Christian Gitte
 
|Kontaktperson=Hartmut Schmeck, Christian Gitte
|URL=http://www.eitictlabs.eu/
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|URL=http://www.eitdigital.eu/
 
|Start=2013/01/01
 
|Start=2013/01/01
 
|Finanziert von=EU
 
|Finanziert von=EU
 
|Projektstatus=aktiv
 
|Projektstatus=aktiv
|Logo=Eit.jpg
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|Logo=EIT-Digital logo portrait small.png
|Person=Hartmut Schmeck, Fabian Rigoll, Christian Gitte, Huiwen Xu,  
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|Person=Hartmut Schmeck, Fabian Rigoll, Christian Gitte, Huiwen Xu,
 
|Forschungsgruppe=Effiziente Algorithmen
 
|Forschungsgruppe=Effiziente Algorithmen
 
|Partner=Siemens AG, TNO, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Eindhoven University of Technology, TU Twente, CWI
 
|Partner=Siemens AG, TNO, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Eindhoven University of Technology, TU Twente, CWI

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Hybrid Energy Grid Management


Kontaktperson: Hartmut SchmeckChristian Gitte

http://www.eitdigital.eu/



Projektstatus: aktiv
Projekt: EIT Digital


Beschreibung

Hybrid Energy Grid Management (HEGRID) focuses on realizing a prototype multi-commodity (electricity, gas and thermal energy) energy management framework. This framework enables interoperability of a variety of energy management approaches and devices. The basis of HEGRID will be formed by the Open Energy Management Framework: an operational platform that supports multiple smart grid approaches for the electric grid. This base platform will be extended to support gas and thermal grids as well. It will also feature a coordination mechanism that can make intelligent decisions across commodities (e.g. how to make the best use of a CHP that uses gas to produce heat and electricity). Multi-commodity energy management is largely unexplored territory, but is an important step to increase the efficiency, flexibility and stability of the combined grids. The project addresses essential challenges posed by the "Energy transition" to incorporate more energy generated from renewable sources.


Involvierte Personen
Hartmut SchmeckFabian RigollChristian GitteHuiwen Xu


Informationen

von: 1 Januar 2013
bis: k.A.
Finanzierung: EU


Partner

Siemens AG, TNO, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Eindhoven University of Technology, TU Twente, CWI


Forschungsgruppe

Effiziente Algorithmen


Forschungsgebiet

HEGRID (Energieinformatik)



Tools

Energy Smart Home Lab



Publikationen zum Projekt
article
 - book
 - incollection
 - booklet
 - proceedings
 - phdthesis
 - techreport
 - deliverable
 - manual
 - misc
 - unpublished






inproceedings
Christian Gitte, Huiwen Xu, Fabian Rigoll, Joeri van Eekelen, Michael Kaisers
Multi-Commodity Energy Management Applied to Micro CHPs and Electrical Heaters in Smart Buildings
In Friederich Kupzog, 5th D-A-CH+ Energy Informatics Conference in conjunction with 7th Symposium on Communications for Energy Systems (ComForEn), Seiten: 96, Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik, OVE-Schriftenreihe, Klagenfurt, September, 2016
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