Martin Tröschel

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Future energy systems will increasingly rely on distributed and renewable energy sources (RES). Electrical feed-in of photovoltaic (PV) power plants and wind energy converters (WEC may vary greatly, the supply of electrical power from RES and the demand for electrical power are not per se matching. and in addition, with a growing share of generation(More)
Contemporary power distribution faces various new challenges. Most of those challenges have a strong impact on the ICT-structure required and on system architecture. This contribution briefly introduces changes and requirements imposed, both for trading and distribution of power. On this basis, alternatives for ICT architectures are discussed,(More)
Smart grids, defined by the US NIST as the modernization process from the current power grid to the power grid of the future, focusing monitoring, protection and automatic optimization along the whole energy value chain, are a focal topic within the energy domain. In terms of both integration and interoperability, standardization is a key issue. Especially(More)
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