• The pro-integrative planning of renewable energy sources

Consortium participants

Fraunhofer IFF is a part of Fraunhofer Gesellschaft the leading applied research organization in Europe. The teams of Process and Plant Engineering Business Unit and Virtual Interactive Training of IFF have led or took part in a large number of national and international R&D projects, e.g. German model regions in E-Energy Programm (RegModHarz, Harz.E.EMobility), FP7 (Web2Energy), ViERforES. IFF is associated with international and national bodies (selection): Mandat 11/490, IEEE C37.118, TC8/WG 6, ISO/IEC 15118 PT6, CRIS, VDE ETG SC Task Force, DKE AK STD 1911.0.2 Use Cases. IFF team members publish in international and national conferences (VDE, IEEE PES GM) and related scientific journals.

Electrum sp. z o.o. designs and delivers investment and technology projects for the energy and industry sectors. It has completed several projects co-financed from EU funds, e.g.: creation of design department of automation and power engineering, development and implementation of B2B software, creation of laboratory with technical infrastructure. Electrum conducted several R&D projects e.g. energy management system with cloud based software, internal IT system for employee communications, data storage and exchange. Electrum possesses a wide portfolio regarding power engineering and automation contracts, including 550 MWs of installed power on 13 wind farms, over 30 completed HV/MV substations and several dozen commercial and industrial buildings and compounds.

Warsaw University of Technology (WUT–IEPE) team has experience in realization of scientific-research projects for different enterprises from electrical power engineering industry. WUT–IEPE took part in several scientific projects, e.g. “Analysis of operation states of low voltage electric power distribution grids with connected distributed generation sources” (in Polish) which was financed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Poland). Some members of WUT–IEPE team were co-authors of monograph titled “Low voltage microgrids”(in Polish) published by House of the Warsaw University of Technology in 2013, and co-financed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Poland) from the funds dedicated for science promoting activities.

Europejski Instytut Miedzi (EIM) is a successor of 20-year-old business achievements of Polish Copper Promotion Centre, belonging to the structures of the Copper Alliance represented in Europe by European Copper Institute, based in Brussels. It has knowledge in international and national market and technology screening as well as experience in technology and innovation promotion and communication campaigns

Harz-Regenerativ-Druiberg (HRD) together with town of Dardesheim have best practice of sustainable environment friendly solution and initiatives for investors and community in rural region

Regenerativ Kraftwerke Harz (RKWH) has a long term experience in providing renewable energy

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