The S²G Lab from the University of Stuttgart is engaged with the latest developments in the field of smart grid technologies. We offer our laboratory and our expertise as a platform for the testing of innovative products and novel methods to ensure a sustainable, efficient and safe energy supply. Equipped with various components such as rotating machines, dynamic loads, storage systems or protection devices, the S²G Lab is able to simulate realistic network scenarios using a real-time simulator. Power quality investigations, development of protection concepts for microgrids, analysis of the quality of PLC communication or stability studies of multi-inverter systems are among the fields of activity of the S²G Lab.
Power-HIL simulation environment for the simulation of cross-sectoral energy systems. This allows the highest possible degree of realism with reliable simulations, including power quality, PLC-communication, protection systems and others.
Testing of a cross-voltage level supply quality monitoring system for a much wider frequency range (up to 150 kHz). Determination of the grid and inverter impedance to investigate the stability of multi-inverter grids. Development and implementation of new concepts for real-time stability analysis of power systems.
Generation emulator (DG, Wind, PV)
Different types of AC/DC converters
Different types of rotating machines
Grid emulator (30 kVA linear amplifier , DC to 150 kHz)
PHIL systems (OPAL RT)
Battery Storage System
EV charging infrastructure
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More information under www.ieh.uni-stuttgart.de.
Due to varying project scopes, pricing is defined individually based on the services/work contribution requested.