In­sti­tute of Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems

Hydrogen sample up close
Qual­i­ty con­trol of hy­dro­gen sam­ples
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Quality control of hydrogen samples

Pu­ri­ty tests for the qual­i­ty con­trol of hy­dro­gen are car­ried out at the In­sti­tute for Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems to sup­port the cou­pling of chem­i­cal en­er­gy sources to the elec­tric­i­ty sys­tem. The aim is to pro­vide stan­dard-com­pli­ant fu­el for hy­dro­gen-pow­ered fu­el cell cars.
View of a semi-transparent photovoltaic module
HYPP re­search project
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HYPP research project

Plants on­ly re­quire cer­tain parts of the elec­tro­mag­net­ic spec­trum for pho­to­syn­the­sis. If we wish to make op­ti­mum use of sun­light in par­al­lel with en­er­gy pro­duc­tion we can use the re­main­ing wave­lengths to gen­er­ate elec­tric­i­ty through trans­par­ent so­lar cells. The HYPP re­search project there­fore in­volves de­vel­op­ing a hy­brid sys­tem that cou­ples a biore­ac­tor with a pho­to­volta­ic mod­ule.
Network control room in the network laboratory
Net­work con­trol room in the net­work lab­o­ra­to­ry
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Network control room in the network laboratory

In the net­work lab­o­ra­to­ry, the In­sti­tute for Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems us­es a re­al-time sim­u­la­tion sys­tem to re­search new net­work struc­tures in DC and AC op­er­a­tion. Here, sce­nar­ios can be sim­u­lat­ed, for ex­am­ple, for the in­te­gra­tion of elec­tro­mo­bil­i­ty, for the in­ter­ac­tion of the pow­er grid and dig­i­tal­i­sa­tion, or for sys­tem se­cu­ri­ty.
High-resolution power grid simulation
High-res­o­lu­tion pow­er grid sim­u­la­tion-
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High-resolution power grid simulation -

A serv­er in­fras­truc­ture with 14 TB RAM as well as 500 com­put­ing cores and eight graph­ics pro­ces­sors en­ables the high-res­o­lu­tion sim­u­la­tion of pow­er grids at the In­sti­tute of Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems.

The Oldenburg DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems develops technologies and concepts for the future energy supply on the basis of renewable energies. The focus is on the challenge of turning weather-dependent decentralised generation into stable and efficient energy systems. This transformation process is being researched within the framework of a consistent D3 approach (D3 = decarbonisation, decentralisation, digitisation). With its departments of Urban and Building Technologies, Energy System Technology and Energy System Analysis, the Institute is dedicated to system-oriented questions on the intelligent and efficient linking of the electricity, heat and transport sectors. System levels ranging from individual systems to 'smart' buildings to networked residential neighbourhoods and cities are considered. In addition, the Institute evaluates energy systems on a national and international level using its own network structure models and technology assessment methods.

Contact
  • Prof. Dr. Carsten Agert
    Head of In­sti­tute
    Ger­man Aerospace Cen­ter (DLR)
    In­sti­tute of Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems
    Carl-von-Ossietzky-Straße 15
    26129 Oldenburg
    Contact
  • Thomas Vogt
    Deputy Di­rec­tor
    Ger­man Aerospace Cen­ter (DLR)
    In­sti­tute of Net­worked En­er­gy Sys­tems
    Telephone: +49 441 99906-103
    Carl-von-Ossietzky-Straße 15
    26129 Oldenburg
    Contact
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