Smart Grid Technology Lab

DESCRIPTION

The Smart Grid Technology Lab is a multifunctional laboratory which provides a significant infrastructure for research, innovation, testing and education. The laboratory consists of an extensive low voltage (400 V) test network equipped with several technologies, such as redox-flow and lithium-ion energy storages, power amplifiers, transformers with on load tap changers (OLTC), controllable loads and electric vehicle charging stations as well as real-time simulators.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

Smart grid, electric vehicle network integration

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Technical validation, testing and development of several smart grid devices and algorithms for low voltage networks.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

A flexible low voltage (400 V) network with two feeders with several devices: transformers with OLTCs, 2 energy storages, power amplifiers, a controllable load, a cable emulator, EVs and charging stations, etc.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

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PRICING MODEL

Generally, the use is free for project partners if the work is part of the project. The use is also free of charge for academic visitors. In other cases, the pricing model will be decided case-by-case depending on the needs of the customer.

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Dortmund, Germany


Responsible organisation(s): TU Dortmund University, Germany

Ulf Häger
Kalle Rauma
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The Joint Programming Platfrom Smart Energy Systems receives funding from the European Union´s Horizont 2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreements no. 646039, 775970 and 883973 .
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