Smart regulation of rural electricity grids.

Smart regulation of rural electricity grids.In the “Smart Country” model project, researchers in Bitburg-Prüm were testing out the distribution network of the future. It is designed to respond flexibly to the increasingly decentralised generation of renewable electricity in the grid. For this purpose various operating resources were further developed: an optimised biogas plant, which controls the electricity supplied by the grid, virtually stores surplus electricity with an efficiency of 98 %. In addition, voltage regulators double the usable output capacity in the grid. The Eifel project successfully passed the field test after around one year.

CountryGermany
CollectionBINE Informationsdienst
Year2012
TimespanChronological period, Second millenium AD, Second millenium AD, years 1001-2000, Early 21st century, Time, 21-st, 21st, 21st century
Rightshttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Repository Pagehttps://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/2048432/item_MTDBQUTQ...
Web Pagehttp://www.bine.info/en/publications/projektinfos/publikatio...
Subject TermsDetailed information on energy research, Renewable energy sources: Photovoltaics, Renewable energy sources: Wind energy, Renewable energy sources: Biomass
ProviderDeutsche Digitale Bibliothek