Tanja Schmedes

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Energy distribution companies nowadays use different IT-systems from vendors within their infrastructure. Those systems often use proprietary data exchange formats and must be connected to other systems. Building specialized adaptors for interconnection between the systems is the most common and time-consuming task for IT-departments at energy companies.(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)
The main concern of integration the renewable energy into the supply grid, in Germany, is to reach about 35% of the total generation by 2030. In this case, a large amount of the produced power will be provided as Decentralized Generation (DG). Therefore, the future distribution networks with the high penetration of DG power have to be planned and operated(More)
Energy distribution companies nowadays use different IT-systems from vendors within their infrastructure. Those systems often use proprietary data exchange formats and must be connected to other systems. Building specialized adaptors for interconnection between the systems is the most common and time-consuming task for IT-departments at energy companies.(More)
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