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eNetze

Future energy flows and demands on the power distribution network on the district level in the context of sustainable mobility and energy supply

The transformation of the energy system over the next few years into a sustainable energy supply in accordance with Baden-Württemberg’s climate targets requires that the supply structure be converted from a primarily centralised supply to a decentralised energy supply from renewable energy sources. The project goal is to determine all further demands for electricity for the year 2030 above and beyond those for mobility with a projection towards 2050, and to investigate the implications for typical urban power distribution networks on the district level. The results shall then be used to develop planning principles for urban supply tasks and identify where there is a concrete need for action.

Principal researcher at Esslingen University:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Neuburger

Project duration:

12/2020 to 12/2021

Funding:

Baden-Württemberg Ministry for the Environment, Climate and Energy Sector

Collaboration partners:

University of Stuttgart, IER
KIT Karlsruhe, IfV
Stuttgart Netze GmbH 

Person to contact:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Neuburger

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Neuburger