Bernhard Wille-Haussmann

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In this paper, a multi-step simulation tool for the evaluation of operation strategies with predictive concepts for controllable distributed generators is proposed and applied exemplarily to perform an annual simulation of a sewage gas CHP trading at a power exchange. The analysis quantifies the disturbing effect of prediction errors as compared to a(More)
This paper aims to initiate a discussion of what an agent in the context of Smart Grid is. But not as usually done from a computational perspective but rather from an engineer's perspective. This discussion seems to be missing with respect to the following questions periodically occurring when Smart Grid researchers get in touch with agent technology. What(More)
Emerging infrastructure for residential meter communication and data processing carries the potential to control household electrical demand within local power system constraints. Deferral of load control can be incentivised through electricity tariff price structure which can in turn reshape a daily load profile. This paper presents a stochastic bottom-up(More)
As distributed energy resources are growing in number it becomes increasingly important to efficiently integrate them in a communication network to monitor and control them. Many envision IEC 61850 to be the best communication solution in this field. But the standard is still far from a plug and play setup. One step in this direction is the modeling of(More)
Distribution grids evolve more and more to so called “Smart Grids” with a decentralized structure. New information and communication technologies (ICT) to manage these “Smart Grids” are necessary to integrate a high share of renewable energy systems. Due to a high number of system components the optimal operation and control of “Smart Grids” is highly(More)
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