The project Cross-Sectoral Energy Control through Interconnected Microgrids by Multiport Converter provides innovative solutions for grid interconnection at different voltage levels
The local distribution grids have been facing not only technical but also economic and regulatory challenges, because of the increased integration of renewable generation and electrification of vehicles. The traditional solutions to the grid expansion, e.g. to build an additional power line, are utility-centred solutions, i.e. the distribution grid operators (DSOs) are the only party being involved to tackle grid issues. This has to be changed! The DSOs have to engage grid users together with technology providers in order to develop innovative solutions, which should not only tackle one problem but overcome several problems in a cost-efficient way. This projectaims to develop a holistic solution to optimally control cross-sectoral energy flow between different energy carriers and demands within
the electricity, transport and heat sector, assisted by developing an innovative multiport converter with innovative energy storage
solutions by a multidisciplinary team.
Este proyecto ha recibido financiación de la
ERA-NET RegSys con cofinanciación de CDTI y del Programa
Marco de Investigación e Innovación, Horizonte 2020, de la