Advanced Control Methods for Power Systems and HiL

 

Team Leader: Anica Frehn

 

Frequency Dynamics in Low-Inertia Power Grids

Frequency Dynamics in Low-Inertia Power Grids" is a DFG funded research project with the goal of establishing collaborative scientific relationship with partners abroad. Within the framework of this project, Dr. Laith Shalalfeh, of the German Jordanian University in Amman (Jordan) and the researchers at ACS aim to apply advanced data analytics on PMU data to understand the frequency dynamics in power grids with different penetration levels of renewables. More

 

FEN DC-Sek: Control and Automation of Hybrid AC/DC Distribution Grids, with consideration of Cyber-physical Security Aspects

High integration of power electronics-interfaced distributed energy resources (DER) is a key factor of the energy transition in the modern power systems. This can be facilitated through DC systems, integrated in the existing AC distribution grids, forming hybrid AC/DC networks. More

 

ENSURE - Neue EnergieNetzStruktURen für die Energiewende (New Energy Network Structures for the Energiewende)

ENSURE is one of the four Kopernikus-Projects launched by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in 2016, as the largest research initiative for the implementation of the Energiewende, and one of the few that bring together the strongest (interdisciplinary and partly competing) partners from industry, research and teaching (institutes of the RWTH, KIT, E.ON, TenneT, SIEMENS, ABB, and 17 other participants are involved).

The aim of ENSURE's research is to find the optimal mixture of central and decentralized supply, exploit new power electronic technologies (phase shifters, UPFCs, HVDC) and ICT technologies and develop cross-sectoral operational concepts (that consider electricity and gas networks), which enable a reliable and efficient energy supply with more than 80% share of renewable energy. More