NachhaltigF: Elektrotechnik und Medientechnik
Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)
Florian Karl, Roland Zink, Raimund Brotsack, Y. Gmach, K. Seebauer
Spatio-temporal modelling of electrical supply systems to optimize the site planning process for renewable energies - the case study Power-to-Mobility
Energy Procedia (Special Issue: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016 - Division Energy, Resources and Environment [ERE], EGU 2016), April 17th-22nd 2016; Vienna, Austria), vol. 97
The energy-transformation towards renewable energies requires also storage systems to ensure security of supply. Motivated by strategies to implement renewables up to 100% at a regional scale, this paper presents a simulation of the power production from a virtual power plant based on 13 photovoltaic plants to integrate the “Power-to-Mobility”-technology, an innovative storage-technology to compensate fluctuating power production. The aim is to develop a simulation methodology with spatial-temporal and electrical parameters for a better management of the storage system. The project is work in progress but first results of the simulation show synergies between virtual power plants and Power-to-Mobility.