Energy Management

DEVELOPMENT OF A DECENTRALIZED AND FREE SCALABLE SYSTEM
TO REGULATE THE ENERGY SUPPLY

The control units communicate in the cloud and are able to collect and convey informations such as current energy production, existing storage capacity, weather condition etc.. This information give an explanation about the total power of the virtual power station and, on the other hand, also prognoses about fluctuations or risks in the energy supply.

Herefor weather- and data models have to be integrated e.g. for the charge- and discharge behaviour of batteries. The intelligent system is able to early perceive its fluctuations as well as over- or underproduction and to make decisions about the energy distribution.

For instance, the energy overflow of a station is to be conveyed to the storage unit of a current stagnant station. Hereby the potentially existing and to be producing power is also available as backup for the total system at any time. In optimal case the system hence will run entirely autarkic.

The security concept protects against virtual attacks.

This form of energy management fulfills highest requirements and works on basis of virtual communication.