With 22 partners from 5 countries (Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Slovakia) the EU project PROGRESSUS investigates how the climate protection goals 2030 can be achieved through concrete application scenarios and innovative models.
In the German consortium, partners from industry and research are working together on charging points with integrated storage batteries, which are connected to a micro grid and linked to the power grid. Hardware and system security of the micro grid are central components of the German research focus.
Decentralized energy management, Energy storage and communication between the charging points, which is secured by distributed databases (block chain), increase the stability of the power grid and make it easier to reduce peak loads.
This local and highly secure networking is the key for:
- a more efficient energy management,
- a better utilization of the power grid,
- the optimal integration of renewable energies, and finally
- the reduction of the overall energy demand.
- devolo is developing an integrated value-added service platform that enables autonomous services such as energy management, e-mobility charge management or the design of innovative business models:
- Predictive Maintenance
- Direct integration of the payment systems of different providers into the charging infrastructure
- Development of a measuring platform for monitoring micro grids
- For secure data communication in the micro grid, devolo relies on broadband powerline technology (BPL)
- Harmonisation of the innovation approaches with the German Smart Grid concept – Standardisation with the German “Smart Meter Gateway” model
- Infineon Technologies AG To Website
- CEUS UG To Website
- devolo AG
- Mixed Mode GmbH To Website
- Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen Nürnberg To Website
- Technische Hochschule Köln To Website
PROGRESSUS is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Electronic Components and Systems Joint Undertaking with funds from Europe's H2020 research programme.
Local energy trading for end consumers.
TbiEnergy is researching how the German value-added service approach, based on the smart meter gateway rollout, can be supplemented by local energy trading by small-scale producers and consumers. A newly designed blockchain variant is to be developed to meet the special requirements of the German energy market.
Smart Technology Planning
PLC planning and optimization methods are used to create an intelligent network that makes optimum use of existing network capacities, connects network resources and recognizes network states.
Methods for energy network actors for prevention, detection and reaction to IT attacks and outages
The next important step in energy supply is security against IT attacks and IT outages in order to guarantee a secure, stable and reliable supply in Germany.
More than 60 partners from industry, energy and science
In the model region "Solarbogen Süddeutschland", C/sells demonstrates how intelligence in the grid can guarantee the cost-effective, secure, environmentally compatible and participatory supply of solar energy and other renewable energies.
smart energy from north-eastern Germany
The WindNODE showcase region in north-eastern Germany is the real-life laboratory for a complete energy system. The central goal of WindNODE is to set standards for the networked energy system of the future.
Digitalisation of the energy supply
The next big step in the energy revolution. The enera model region in northwestern Germany is characterised by decentralised generation of large quantities of wind energy from onshore and offshore wind farms. Ideal for testing and establishing an intelligent smart grid.
21 dedicated European companies
CONNECT aims to provide concepts, technologies and components that support enhanced integration of renewables and storage combined with intelligent management of the energy flow and thus allows to reduce the demand for primary energy, to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and facilitates a decentralized energy infrastructure.
Together on the way to the European internal market for electricity
The CALLIA project investigates the extent to which cross-border direct interaction between distribution networks can facilitate the integration of renewable energies beyond pure physics. The goal is a more efficient integration of decentralized energies as well as a stabilization of the pan-European power grid.
Secure data communication for the distributed factory of the future
Data protection and data security for smart grid communication to be transferred to the Industry 4.0 environment for secure cross-location communication.