Work module 1 – Grid integration – revolves around exploring how the roles for integrating e‑mobile storage and charging technologies into the grid and market can be shared across the participating players most efficiently – both economically and environmentally – within the overarching system of a deregulated energy market and mobility sector. The work is split into three sub-modules:
Optimised energy procurement and market participation:
Identifying necessary and available information systems to achieve economically and environmentally efficient inter-player relationships with a view to integrating e‑mobile storage and charging technologies into the market, taking into account the spread of player-specific optimisation processes.
Innovation by observing players and interactions
Operating and controlling micro smart grids:
Penetrating as far as the low-voltage level from the grid-management level, as well as maintaining/increasing the reliability and availability of power grids through automated charging infrastructure, decentralised energy systems and actively operated smart meters.
Advancement by digitising the low-voltage level
Interface systems and smart networking:
Scalable, cross-area integration of e‑mobile storage and charging technologies by using/further developing standardised interface systems and communication protocols, and by taking into account the requirements of internal and external players.
Implementation through technology and user-oriented framework conditions