The joint project "Trusted Blockchains for the open, intelligent energy grid of the future" (tbiEnergy) investigates how block-chain-supported, local energy trading for end consumers can be set up.
The aim of the tbiEnergy project is to show how even micro-producers can trade energy easily and locally. Using the value-added service approach of the smart meter gateway, users can, for example, use block chain technology to market virtual goods and services locally with so-called smart contracts.
- A simple scenario is the sale of energy from solar cells to the immediate neighbourhood.
- Much more complex scenarios with energy storage, flexibility such as heat pumps, hot water storage and other market objects are also conceivable.
New block chain solutions must be developed for this purpose, as existing ones are not designed for the special features of the German energy market. The project focuses on a stringent hardware security concept in combination with the smart meter gateway. The use of cryptographic block chain technology in direct combination with hardware-secured IoT devices or smart meter gateways should prevent third parties from influencing the system.
Climate protection through self-sufficient and block-chain-supported microgrids.
Small grids that operate as autonomously as possible (so-called micro grids) relieve the general power grid. Secure communication and block-chain-verified data ensure stable network operation.
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.