Knowledge is a precious resource. Because it increases as soon as it is shared amongst each other.
Das Elektrofahrzeug als flexibler Verbraucher und Energiespeicher im Smart Home
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Juli 2014
Plug-and-Charge and E-Roaming – Capabilities of the ISO 15118 For The E-Mobility Scenario
at – Automatisierungstechnik, Band 62, (Heft 4), pages 241-248, March, 2014
Smart Grid-Ready Communication Protocols And Services For A Customer-Friendly Electromobility Experience
LNI-Konferenz-Proceedings der INFORMATIK 2013, Seiten: 15, Springer, September, 2013
Integration of Electric Vehicles in Smart Homes - An ICT-based Solution for V2G Scenarios
Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technolgies Conference, IEEE PES Power & Energy Society, Washington D.C., USA, Januar, 2012
Intelligentes Laden von batterieelektrischen Fahrzeugen im Kontext eines Stadtviertels
VDE-Kongress 2010: E-Mobility, Seiten: 6, VDE Verlag, Leipzig, November, 2010
Eine gemeinsame Sprache für Auto und Smart Home
Mobility 2.0, Ausgabe 4/2014, Seiten 20-23, Oktober, 2014
Wie IKT die eMobilität und das Smart Grid verbindet
Neue Mobilität, Ausgabe 13, Seiten 26-27, Oktober, 2013
Intelligentes Laden über ISO 15118 – Potentiale und Funktionsweise des Standards
Neue Mobilität, Ausgabe 12, Seiten 56-57, Juli, 2013
Electric vehicles exchange data both while in motion and during the charging process. Total data security and data protection must be guaranteed. This applies to both charging and the billing process. It applies as a principle for green energy charging when we connect electric vehicles to the Smart Grid, and also when we want to use value-added services.
The international standardisation system has created a basis for communication between an electric vehicle and the charging infrastructure in the form of international standard ISO 15118, which is already in place. The process chain and the value chain for charging processes and value-added services also involve billing systems and other players, however. These include third-party providers, energy providers, network operators, fleet managers, vehicle manufacturers, and services such as mapping services. Communication in this area still has not been standardised. In addition, standardisation does not yet cover safeguarding the vehicle, the charging unit itself, or the linked back-end and billing systems. These are the gaps that the DELTA project is designed to close.
|1.1.2016 - 31.12.2018|
In the joint project "Intelligent Zero Emission Urban System" – iZEUS –partners from research and industry banded together to advance research, development and practical demonstration in the "smart traffic" and "smart grid" areas.
In the "smart grid" sub-area, the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI) and for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) collaborated to investigate grid integration concepts for electric vehicles and renewable energy. A bidirectional charger with an integrated function for real-time analysis of distribution networks was developed for this purpose and tested with an Opel Meriva electric vehicle at the Energy Smart Home Lab of KIT. Due to the fluctuating input from renewable energy sources in the power grid, such an intelligent, two-way exchange of information during the charging process is necessary in order to avoid bottlenecks in the distribution network. By means of a stationary lithium-ion battery storage, renewable energy is to be integrated into the energy system in the future and the control power, voltage and load in the network will be controlled automatically. Due to the efficiency of the system, user charging costs can also be reduced and emissions resulting from electromobility can be prevented due to the energy savings.
As part of this project, my first prototype of the ISO 15118 implementation came to fruition, which was later developed further into the open source project RISE V2G.
MeRegioMobil was part of the support programme "ICT for electromobility", which was funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in partnership with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. The objective of "ICT for Electromobility" was to develop and test ICT-based key technologies and services for the operation of vehicles and fleets as well as the integration of electromobility in energy and transport networks.
This funding priority of the federal government was closely tied to the the BMWi's E-Energy flagship project (http://www.e-energie.info/).
|1.7.2009 - 30.09.2011|