Energy transition is ongoing. The world needs clean renewable energy production and electrical transportation. It's typical for the renewable energy that the production is fluctuating strongly. Along with emerging electrification of the mobility this will introduce new opportunities and challenges for the electrical infrastructure. It will create a need for smarter energy production and use.
Responding to these challenges is a key objective for the New Energy research group. Reaching the goal requires the future smart energy systems research with a focus on decentralized energy production (solar photovoltaic, wind power and bio energy), RES network integration, integration of the EV charging infrastructure, new converter technology, electrical storages and energy management systems. Furthermore, the electrification of the mobility will also rise a need to solve the Last Mile Problem.
The New Energy Research Group will use the latest digital tools such as Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation and Rapid Controller Prototyping environments to facilitate fast, safe and efficient development.
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