Knowledge from module RE technology I, Mathematics
Report (presentation: 50 min, Term-paper: 5 pp.) or Exercises (8 Exercises). In addition, active participation is required. The criteria to fulfil the requirement of the active participation are announced at the beginning of the term.
Skills to be acquired in this module
After successful completion of the module students should be able to
explain the management, power balancing and the provision of ancillary services within future electricity grid configurations with high shares of fluctuating and distributed generation
perform power system simulation with related software tools
describe different grid-designs, including mini- and microgrids
compare different markets for electricity (Futures' Market, Day-Ahead-Market, Intraday-Market, Balancing Power Market, Self-Consumption) and assess the suitability of these concepts for promoting the implementation of higher shares of fluctuating distributed power generation within the electricity grid.
explain the technical principles and resulting limiting factors of concepts and components required for power control within \Smart City", \Smart Grid", and \Smart Home" concepts