PROJECT TITLE: IT-Infrastructures for Control and Supervision in Energy Systems
PhD period: 2016.08.01 - 2019.07.31. (has been prolonged till 2019.11.13)
Section: Electric Power Systems
Research Programme: Intelligent Energy Systems and Active Networks
Supervisor: Birgitte Bak-Jensen
Co-Supervisor: Jayakrishnan Radhakrishna Pillai
Collaborators: Aalborg University, Huge Lawn – Miracle APPs ApS, Rambøll Danmark A/S, Danfoss A/S, Insero Software A/S, Technische Universitet Dresden, The Danish Energy Agency, Balgard Norgard ApS, FlexDanmark, Aalborg Kommune, Inria Rennes, SCADA International A/S, Seluxit, Region Nordjylland, BLIP Systems, LB Forsikring, University College London, Rejsekort A/S, Nyfors.
Funding: Innovation Fund Denmark.
This is a part of project from DiCyPS (Center for Data-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems). This project addresses the estimation of flexibility on consumer loads and development of intelligent demand response control to integrate heating, cooling system and transportation systems with the electricity grids to support more renewables like wind and solar in Denmark. Data and scenarios generated by the DiCyPS project has been proposed to serve as basic platform for the analysis. This proposal outlines the future target of Denmark growth towards 100% clean and renewable along with its progress in this sector.
Publications in journals and conference papers may be found at VBN.