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it 2/2013 Special Issue Why Smart Grids? Smart Grids – Pillar of the Transformation of the Energy System Warum Smart Grids? Smart Grids – Stützpfeiler der Transformation des Energiesystems Andreas Kiessling∗, Michael U. Niemann, Frieder Schmitt, MVV Energie AG, Mannheim ∗ Correspondence author: energie@andreas-kiessling.de Summary The transformation to the guide system of renew- able energy requires the flexibilization of the energy system where smart grids are the basis for new grid and market functions with close inclusion of customers’ properties. The E

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1 Introduction In 2007 the U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) Title XIII established national policy for electric grid modernization in the United States [ 1 ]. Among other goals, EISA created the U.S. Smart Grid System Report to evaluate the status of smart grid deployment nationwide, and directed the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to conduct smart grid research, development and demonstration. As a result, the DOE launched programs to demonstrate advanced smart grid technologies and to encourage smart grid technology deployments [ 2 ] [ 3

Multi-objective Optimization in Dispatching

DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG at – Automatisierungstechnik 2015; 63(11): 867–868 Editorial Christian Rehtanz* Smart Grids DOI 10.1515/auto-2015-0064 Immer wenn es heute um die Weiterentwicklung des elek- trischen Energiesystems geht, ist der Begriff Smart Grids schnell bei der Hand. Dieser ist zu einem Synonym für In- novationen bei den elektrischen Netzen und für deren Zu- sammenspiel mit dem Elektrizitätsmarkt geworden. Dem entsprechend spannt sich ein breiter Bogen von unter- schiedlichen neuen Lösungen auf allen Netzebenen auf. Smart Grids sind elektrische

R eferences [1] Darby, S. (2010). Smart metering: What potential for householder engagement? Building Research & Information , 38, 442-457. [2] Depuru, S.S.S.R., Wang, L., Devabhaktuni, V. (2011). Smart meters for power grid: Challenges, issues, advantages and status. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews , 15 (2011), 2736-2742. [3] Budka, K.C., Deshpande, J.G., Doumi, T.L., Madden, M., Mew, T. (2010). Communication network architecture and design principles for smart grids. Bell Labs Technical Journal , 15, 205-228. [4] Kraus, J., Štěpán, P., Kukačka, L

1 Introduction With the development of human society, the demand for energy, especially electric energy, is increasing. Smart grid plays an important role in the task of transmitting electric energy [ 1 ]. The continuous advancement of the process of electricity market and the continuous improvement of the power reliability and quality requirements of the users require that the smart grid must be able to provide safer, reliable, clean, and high quality power supply. In order to solve the bottleneck problem of smart grid development, scholars at home and abroad

1 Introduction The development of the contemporary economy and industry leads to the rapid growth in energy demand, therefore how to solve the energy shortage is an urgent issue to be solved. Smart grid, as the future area of the development of electric grid [ 1 , 2 ] and a positive means to solve the shortage of energy, is expected to play a vital role. Demand-side management (for short DSM) has been one of the important topics which aim to solve the matching problem between enhanced demand for electricity and efficiency of supply, taking the user effectiveness

DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG DOI 10.1515/auto-2014-1086 | at – Automatisierungstechnik 2014; 62(5): 315–324 Methoden Sven Christian Müller*, Hanno Georg, Markus Küch und Christian Wietfeld INSPIRE – Co-Simulation von Energie- und IKT-Systemen zur Evaluation von Smart-Grid-Applikationen INSPIRE – Co-Simulation of Power and ICT Systems for Evaluation of Smart Grid Applications Zusammenfassung: Dieser Beitrag beschreibt die Heraus- forderungen einer kombinierten Simulation von Energie- und IKT-Systemen für die Untersuchung von Smart-Grid- Applikationen und ihrer

it 2/2010 Schwerpunktthema Simulations in the Smart Grid Field Study MeRegio Simulationen im MeRegio Smart Grid Feldtest Christian Hirsch, Lutz Hillemacher, Carsten Block, Alexander Schuller, Dominik Möst, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe Summary The aim of the research project MeRegio is to meet the claim for more efficient decentralized energy systems by integrating advanced information and commu- nication technologies (ICT) into all stages of the energy supply chain. Several marketplaces – in particular for power and for ancillary services