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Fraunhofer IWES and the German Meteorological Service with New Models for More Accurate Weather and Energy Forecasts

Fraunhofer IWES and the German Meteorological Service with New Models for More Accurate Weather and Energy Forecasts

Wind turbines and photovoltaic systems supply more or less energy to the grid depending on good or bad weather conditions. This makes it challenging for transmission grid operators to forecast the amount of supplied energy as accurately as possible in order to maintain a stable grid. Fraunhofer IWES in Kassel, together with the German Meteorological Service (DWD), have developed mathematical...
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DNV GL Launches LVRT Testing Services in India to Support Grid Stability

DNV GL Launches LVRT Testing Services in India to Support Grid Stability

As India aims high to broaden their renewable energy capacity and takes more stringent measures to improve the quality, DNV GL has officially launched its full suite of LVRT Testing services for the Indian wind market to support grid stability and improve security of supply. As wind energy becomes more of an integral part of the Indian power system, operators...
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New Project by DTU on Large Scale Electrical Vehicle Integration

New Project by DTU on Large Scale Electrical Vehicle Integration

The new ACES (Across Continents Electric Vehicle Services) project by the Center for Electric Power and Energy of DTU intends to investigate technical and economic system benefits and impacts by large scale electric vehicles integration in Bornholm. The project will run between April 2017 and March 2020. The Danish Island of Bornholm is a unique environment for testing of smart...
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VTT Co-built Environmentally Friendly, Solar-Powered Chiller

VTT Co-built Environmentally Friendly, Solar-Powered Chiller

The effects of climate change increasingly impact the demand and need for cooling. VTT of Finland and German company ZAE Bayern have built an emission-free, solar-powered 10kW chiller. The project began in October 2013 and ended at the turn of the year. The absorption chiller takes advantage of the simultaneous production and consumption of solar cooling. The method uses a...
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DTU Takes Lead in New Project Paving the way for an Integrated Energy System across Nordic Countries

DTU Takes Lead in New Project Paving the way for an Integrated Energy System across Nordic Countries

Denmark is one of the countries in Europe that has the largest amount of direct current (DC) connections, yet lacks methods for optimal coordination and management of them. DC connections are more flexible and more controllable than the AC connections that most power systems are based on. The Center of Electric Power and Energy at DTU will take the lead...
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COTEVOS Updates White Book “Business Opportunities and Interoperability Assessment for EV Integration”

COTEVOS Updates White Book “Business Opportunities and Interoperability Assessment for EV Integration”

The COTEVOS project (Concepts, capacities and methods for Testing EV systems and their interOperability within Smart Grids) presents an updated version of its white book “Business Opportunities and Interoperability Assessment for EV Integration” aiming to raise the awareness on the integration of Electric Vehicles. The project ran from September 2013 until February 2016 and involved eleven partners, including DERlab, and...
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