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The DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems with currently around 130 employees in Oldenburg develops technologies and concepts for future energy supply based on renewable energy sources. The major challenge is how to form stable and efficient energy systems from weather-dependent decentralised production units. The research for this transformation process follows a D3 approach (D3 = Decarbonisation, Decentralisation, Digitalisation).
Within the Energy Systems Analysis department, energy system and power grid simulations are becoming more complex and computationally demanding due to increasing temporal and spatial resolution and the increase of modelling details. Moreover, Energy Meteorology research requires the availability of both, large computing capacities for modeling and advanced storage solutions for numerical model output and observation data. Current computing options for these activities are parallel and distributed computing and computing on graphic processing units (GPUs)
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Dr. Thomas Vogt
DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems