Future electrical energy supply for the Isle of Pellworm

Author(s): Reiner Johannes Schütt*, Meike Oldekop
West Coast University of Applied Sciences, Fritz-Thiedemann-Ring 20, 25746 Heide, Germany and CEwind Center of Excellence for Wind Energy, 24943 Flensburg, Germany
International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy, vol. 2, no. 3, October 2013: pp. 376–382
ISSN: 2315-4462
Digital Object Identifier: 10.12720/sgce.2.3.376-382

Abstract: The electric power generation, transmission and distribution are in a profound process of change, particularly related to the activities of the various regions. It is currently not clear enough for each region, what technical requirements and non-technical requirements for a successful operation of such a smart grid must be met. It is currently not known, how to build it up and what results can be achieved. This paper describes the key technical and non-technical aspects for the successful operation of a smart grid in a certain region. It takes into account the lessons learned from the activities for the development of a smart grid on the Isle of Pellworm.

Keywords: Flexible loads, storage elements, smart grid region, hybrid power plant, demand side management

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