April 15th 2019 | Munich
As part of the RLI research project open_BEA, a workshop on “Requirements for battery modeling of stationary storage systems” will take place on April 15th. Birgit Schachler, researcher in the RLI Research Unit Transformation of Energy Systems and project manager of open_BEA, will represent RLI at the workshop.
Birgit will present the institute’s goals and tasks in the research project and give a short demonstration of RLI tools for modeling distribution network topologies and investigating flexibility options in distribution networks.
The workshop is hosted by the Technical University of Munich which, together with the Bavarian Centre for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern) is a partner of RLI in this project.
The main subjects of the workshop are application cases for battery models and the battery technology of the future. There will be various lectures on these topics by experts from practice and science.
The aim of open_BEA is to develop an holistic model integrating the detailed simulation of battery storages, e-mobility, and power grids The goal of open_BEA is to integrate battery models including e-mobility scenarios into an open-source and open-data platform in order to develop a holisitic model to analyze future power generation in distribution grids.
For participating in the workshop, please register here via e-mail.