Energie System 2050 – Ein Beitrag des Forschungsbereichs Energie

"Energie System 2050" ist eine gemeinsame Initiative des Forschungsbereichs Energie der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft. Ziel ist es, bis 2019 greifbare und verwertbare systemtechnische Erkenntnisse und technologische Lösungen zu erarbeiten, die Politik und Wirtschaft aufgreifen können.

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Energiespeicher. Stenzel, P., et al. In: Brennstoff, Wärme, Kraft, 2018. 5: p. 35-46.

Control Techniques and the Modeling of Electrical Power Flow across Transmission Networks. Syranidis, K.; M. Robinius; and D. Stolten. In: Renewable & sustainable energy reviews, 2018. 82(3): p. 3452 - 3467.

The Investment Costs of Electrolysis - A Comparison of Cost Studies from the Past 30 Years.  Saba, S., et al. In: International journal of hydrogen energy, 2018. 43(3): p. 1209 - 1223.

Power-to-Gas Electrolyzers as an Alternative to Network Expansion - An Example from a Distribution System Operator. Robinius, M., et al. In: Applied energy, 2018. 210: p. 182 - 197.

Assessment of system variations for hydrogen transport by liquid organic hydrogen carriers. Wulf, C.; Zapp P. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2018

Effect of Cascade Storage System Topology on the Cooling Energy Consumption in Fueling Stations for Hydrogen Vehicles. Talpacci, E., et al. In: International journal of hydrogen energy, 2017. 43(12): p. 6256 - 6265.

Power to Gas: Technological Overview, Systems Analysis and Economic Assessment for a Case Study in Germany. Schiebahn, S., et al. In: International journal of hydrogen energy, 2015. 40(12): p. 4285-4295.

H2-Pipelinenetz ist bezahlbar. Robinius, M. In: HZwei, 2017. 3: p. xyz.

Time Series Aggregation for Energy Systems Design: Modeling of Seasonal Storage.  Kotzur, L., et al. In: Applied energy, 2017. 213: p. 123 - 135.

Impact of Different Time Series Aggregation Methods on Optimal Energy System Design. Kotzur, L., et al. In: Renewable energy, 2017. 117: p. 474 - 487.

Long-term power-to-gas potential from wind and solar power: A country analysis for Italy.  Guandalini, G., et al. In: International journal of hydrogen energy, 2017. 42(19): p. 13389 – 13406.

Renewable methane – A technology evaluation by multi-criteria decision making in a European perspective. Billig, E.; Thrän, D. In: Energy 139 (2017), pp 468-484. DOI:10.1016/j.energy.2017.07.164

Bioenergy carriers – from smoothly treated biomass towards solid and gaseous biofuels. Thrän, D.; Billig, E.; Brosowski A.; Klemm M.; Seitz S.M.; Witt J. In: Chemie Ingenieur Technik (2017):  DOI: 10.1002/cite.201700083.

Improved power provision from biomass: A retrospective on the impacts of German energy policy. Scheftelowitz M.; Becker R.; Thrän D. In: Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 111, 2018, Pages 1-12, ISSN 0961-9534.

Completion of wind turbine data sets for wind integration studies applying random forests and k-nearest neighbors. Becker R.; Thrän T. In: Applied Energy, Volume 208, 2017, Pages 252-262, ISSN 0306-2619.

Biogas plants and surplus generation: Cost driver or reducer in the future German electricity system? Lauer M.; Thrän D. In: Energy Policy, Volume 109, 2017, Pages 324-336, ISSN 0301-4215.

The MILESTONES modeling framework: An integrated analysis of national bioenergy strategies and their global environmental impacts. Thrän D.; Schaldach R.; Millinger M.; Wolf V.; Arendt O.; Ponitka J.; Gärtner S.; Rettenmaier N.; Hennenberg K.; Schüngel J. In: Environmental Modelling & Software, Volume 86, 2016, Pages 14-29, ISSN 1364-8152.

Hydrothermal processes as treatment paths for biogenic residues in Germany: A review of the technology, sustainability and legal aspects. Reißmann D.; Thrän D.; Bezama A. In: Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 172, 2018, Pages 239-252, ISSN 0959-6526 

On Implementation of Primary Frequency Control, MMC-HVDC Transmission Systems. Y. Rink; L. Held; S. Wenig; M. Suriyah and T. Leibfried in Proc. IEEE International Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies IEEE (ISGT Europe 2017), Torino, Italy, 2017

Cluster-based DC grid control strategies applied to a European offshore grid scenario. Rink Y.,  Wenig S., Hirsching C., Suriyah M. and Leibfried T. Proc. In: 52th IEEE International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC 2017), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 2017

More homogeneous wind conditions under strong climate change decrease the potential for inter-state balancing of electricity in Europe.  Wohland, J., Reyers, M., Weber, J., Witthaut, D. In: Earth System Dynamics 8, (2017),1047–1060.

Natural wind variability triggered drop in German redispatch volume and costs from 2015 to 2016. PLOS ONE 13, e0190707. Wohland, J., Reyers, M., Märker, C., Witthaut, D., 2018

Non-Gaussian Power Grid Frequency Fluctuations Characterized by Lévy-stable Laws and Superstatistics. Schäfer B., Beck C., Aihara K., Witthaut D., Timme M., Nature Energy (2018)

Cycle flows and multistabilty in oscillatory networks: an overview. Manik D., Timme M., Witthaut D., Chaos 27, 083123 (2017)

Dual theory of transmission line outages. Ronellenfitsch H., Manik D., Hoersch J., Brown T., Witthaut D., IEEE Trans. Power Syst. 32, 4060 (2017) 

Escape Routes, Weak Links, and Desynchronization in Fluctuation-driven Networks. Schaefer B., Matthiae M., Zhang X., Rohden M., Timme M., Witthaut D., Phys. Rev. E 95, 060203 (2017)

Network susceptibilities: theory and applications. Manik D., Rohden M., Ronellenfitsch H., Zhang X., Hallerberg S., Witthaut D., Timme M., Phys. Rev. E 95, 012310 (2017)

Curing critical links in oscillator networks as power flow models. Rohden M., Witthaut D., Timme M., Meyer-Ortmanns H., New J. Phys. 19, 013002 (2017) 

Optimal design of energy conversion units and envelopes for residential building retrofits using a comprehensive MILP model. Schütz, T., Schiffer L., Hassan, H., Fuchs, M., Müller, D. Applied Energy, Vol. 185, Part 1, 1 January 2017, pp. 1-15

Optimal design of energy conversion units for residential buildings considering German market conditions. Schütz, T., Schraven, M., Remy, S., Granacher, J., Kemetmüller, D., Fuchs, M., Müller, D. Energy, In Press

On solving probabilistic load flow for radial grids using polynomial chaos. R. R. Appino, T. Mühlpfordt, T. Faulwasser, V. Hagenmeyer, Power Tech 2017, IEEE Manchester, DOI: 10.1109/PTC.2017.7981264.

Linking the Power and Transport Sectors—Part 1: The Principle of Sector Coupling. M. Robinius, A. Otto, P. Heuser, L. Welder, K. Syranidis, D. S. Ryberg, T. Grube, P. Markewitz, R. Peters, D. Stolten, Energies 2017, 10, 956.

Linking the Power and Transport Sectors—Part 2: Modelling a Sector Coupling Scenario for Germany. M. Robinius, A. Otto, K. Syranidis, D. S. Ryberg, P. Heuser, L. Welder, T. Grube, P. Markewitz, V. Tietze, D. Stolten, Energies 2017, 10, 957

Exploring emerging battery technology for grid-connected energy storage with constructive technology assessment. T. Versteeg, M. Baumann, M. Weil, A. B. Moniz, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2017, 115, 99-110.

CO2 footprint and life cycle costs of electrochemical energy storage for stationary grid applications. M. Baumann, J. Peters, M. Weil, A. Grunwald, Energy Technology - Generation, Conversion, Storage, Distribution 2016, DOI: 10.1002/ente.201600622.

"Power-to-Steel: Reducing CO2 through the Integration of Renewable Energy and Hydrogen into the German Steel Industry" A. Otto, M. Robinius, T. Grube, S. Schiebahn, A. Praktiknjo, D. Stolten, energies 10, 2017, 451.

"Robust multi-objective optimization for sustainable design of distributed energy supply systems" D. E. Majewski, M. Wirtz, M. Lampe, A. Bardow, Computers & Chemical Engineering 102, 2017, 26-39.

"Seasonal storage and alternative carriers: A flexible hydrogen supply chain model" M. Reuß , T. Grube, M. Robinius, P. Preuster, P. Wasserscheid, D. Stolten, Applied Energy 200, 2017, 290-302.

"Re-engineering energy supply: Electrolytically-produced hydrogen as a flexible energy storage medium and fuel for road transportation" B. Emonts, S. Schiebahn, K. Görner, D. Lindenberger, P. Markewitz, F. Merten, D. Stolten, Journal of power Sources 342, 2017, 320-326.

"A Top-Down Spatially Resolved Electrical Load Model" M. Robinius, F. ter Stein, A. Schwane, D. Stolten, Energies 10(3), 2017, 361.

"A Dual Method for Computing Power Transfer Distribution Factors" H. Ronellenfitsch, M. Timme, D. Witthaut, IEEE Transactions of Power Systems 2017.

Auswirkungen zukünftiger Nordsee-Offshore-Windparks und Nord-Süd-HGÜ-Übertragungsstrecken auf die Leistungsflüsse im Übertragungsnetz“ Y. Rink, M. Suriyah, T. Leibfried, 4. Konferenz Zukünftige Stromnetze für Erneuerbare Energien, 2017, Berlin.

Photovoltaic power forecasting using simple data-driven models without weather data” J. Á. González Ordiano, S. Waczowicz, M. Reischl, R. Mikut, V. Hagenmeyer, Computer Science-Research and Development, 2016, 1-10.

Architectures for scalable integrated photo driven catalytic devices - A concept study“ S. Kirner, P. Bogdanoff, B. Stannowski, R. van de Krol, B. Rech, R. Schlatmann, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2016.

"Evaluation of Biomass-To-Methane Technologies by a Multi-Criteria Analysis” E. Billig, D. Thrän, EU BC&E Proceedings, 2016.

Evaluation of biomethane technologies in Europe - Technical concepts under the scope of a Delphi-Survey embedded in a multi-criteria analysis” E. Billig, D. Thrän, Energy, 2016, 114, 1176.

"Focus on Networks, Energy and the Economy" M. Timme, L. Kocarev, D. Witthaut, New J. Phys. 2015, 17, 110201

Early power to gas applications: Reducing wind farm forecast errors and providing secondary control reserve” F. Grueger, F. Möhrke, M. Robinius, D. Stolten, Appl. Energy, 2016

"Nearest-Neighbor Based Non-Parametric Probabilistic Forecasting with Applications in Photovoltaic Systems" González, O., J. Á., Doneit, W., Waczowicz, S., Gröll, L., Mikut, R., Hagenmeyer, V., KIT Scientific Publishing, 2016

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