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Flexible Energy Systems Management


Distributed monitoring databases together with standardized evaluation tools are the basis for supply quality management, system comparison and improvement of the whole variety of distributed power systems. Energy system informatics plays a key role ranging from embedded control to optimizing supervisory control and techno-economic design. The aquisition and use of operational data allows for continuous improvement taking into account the experience from system operation together with evolution of supply demand.

A core approach in the transition to sustainable energy infrastructures is the conceptional and operational integration of energy management on both supply and demand side. Widespread use of decentral computing and networking with energy management centres allows for advanced methods closing the cycle from design and implementation to monitoring in a continuous improvement process.

The results will assist in the planning of national, regional and local frameworks and projects on Europe's way to sustainable energy and transport with emphasis on renewable hydrocarbons. Instead of increasing financial compensations for emissions, investments are attracted in new industries and crafting, which are suited to compensate for the decreases in traditional industries. The systematic approach through all levels from national over regional to local scale, gives a transparent techno-economic framework applicable by most diverse policy making, planning, implementing and operating partners.

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