DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems
The DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems in Oldenburg develops technologies and concepts for future energy supply based on renewable energy sources. The major challenge is how to form stable and efficient energy systems from weather-dependent decentralised production units. The research for this transformation process follows a D3 approach (D3 = Decarbonisation, Decentralisation, Digitalisation).
The Institute’s three departments – Urban and Residential Technologies, Energy Systems Technology and Energy Systems Analysis – work on system-related issues for intelligent and efficient linking of the electricity, heating and transport sectors. Systems of all sizes and levels are being investigated, ranging from individual installations and “smart” buildings to networked residential districts and cities. The Institute also evaluates energy systems at national and international levels, using its own network structure models and technology assessment methods.
- Technologies for decentralised power and heat generation
- Technologies for sector coupling (transport, power, heat)
- Power grid technology and management
- Systems integration and energy management in the smart home, smart city and smart grid
- Systems integration of various storage technologies and other flexibility options, future provision of ancillary services
- Modelling of power grids and energy systems
- Technology assessment
- Energy meteorology
| DE, Carl-von-Ossietzky-Str. 15 D-26129 Oldenburg
Activities in value chain
Member Id: 863
This member datasheet was last updated on : 24.09.2018Modify this member datasheet