Andreas F. Raab

Andreas F. Raab
Technische Universität Berlin | TUB · Chair of Sustainable Electric Networks and Sources of Energy (SENSE)

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Introduction
Andreas F. Raab received his Ph.D. degree at the faculty Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TU Berlin. His research interests are the interoperability of distributed and renewable energy sources in Virtual Power Plants with focus on power system impacts and economic potentials to participate in energy markets. Since 2016 he coordinates the activities of the research area Smart Grid Infrastructures as part of the Research Campus Mobility2Grid.

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Publications (13)
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Bei den Betreibern des öffentlichen Personennahverkehrs (ÖPNV), als auch bei den städtischen Ver- und Entsorgungsunternehmen, besteht ein sehr großes Interesse an innovativen Konzepten zur Einführung von emissionsarmen Fahrzeugen, um in Innenstadtbereichen Luftverschmutzung und Lärmbelastung zu reduzieren. In diesem Beitrag werden die unterschiedli...
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Dieses Kapitel beleuchtet die Markt- und Systemintegration von E-Mobilität und zeigt, neben aktuellen Praxisanwendungen, zukünftige Ansätze zur Systemoptimierung in intelligenten Energieversorgungsnetzen auf. Die Gestaltung einer kostengünstigen, nachhaltigen und versorgungssicheren Energieversorgung inklusive Mobilität ist dabei die hauptausschlag...
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Das vorliegende Buch erörtert, wie Energie und Verkehr in der Theorie zusammengedacht und in der Praxis zusammengebracht werden können. Fokussiert auf den urbanen Raum werden in neun Kapiteln sowohl neue Technologiefelder und innovative Geschäftsmodelle vorgestellt als auch Akzeptanzforschung und Wissenstransfer behandelt. Das Buch ist gefüllt mit...
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This paper deals with the operational integration of electric buses and charging infrastructure conducted in field tests. Relevant actors and entities for managing the charging processes are introduced and the main interactions described. Further, an overview of available charging infrastructures and acquisition equipment used in field sites is det...
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For the purpose of utilizing electric bus fleets in metropolitan areas and with regard to providing active energy management at depots, a profound understanding of the transactions between the market entities involved in the charging process is given. The paper examines sophisticated charging strategies with energy procurements in joint market oper...
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In order to explore possible solutions for smart grid applications, the integration of a uni-and bidirectional charging infrastructure for the operation of an electric bus is investigated and partly demonstrated. The established infrastructure is used to charge a bus battery or to feed electrical energy into the power system. Necessary components w...
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The paradigm shift towards a more sustainable energy supply with a less detrimental environmental impact successively changes the energy sector from a polycentric towards a more distributed energy system. The presence of distributed and renewable energy sources combined with the anticipated electrification of the transport sector results in changes...
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For the purpose of utilizing electrified bus fleets in metropolitan areas and with regards to provide an active energy management at intra-urban depot, a profound understanding of the transactions between the market entities involved in the charging process is given. Sophisticated charging strategies with energy procurements in joint market operati...
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The paper presents an agent-based scheduling and energy management system for a smart distribution feeder which is installed on a test site and includes an electric car sharing fleet. Distributed Energy storage systems provide flexibility in the operation of the test site, where the integration of multiple power sources including Renewable Energy S...
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Deliverable D5.3 aims at providing Policy and Regulatory recommendations to foster the EV integration in relation with electricity grids. D5.1 has analysed agents’ roles and possible business models focused on the interaction of EVs with the electricity networks. D5.2, by means of an expert survey, has analysed and identified for several European c...
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Three approaches for grid integration of Electric Vehicles (EVs) through a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) concept are introduced. A classification of these different ways for realizing a VPP based on the control structure, resource type, and the aggregation approach is discussed. This is followed by a description of the three VPP approaches, which are r...
Technical Report
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The MERGE project is concerned with the development of a management and control concept which would facilitate the large-scale integration of electric vehicles with the electric grid. The Virtual Power Plant (VPP) is a concept developed for the effective grid integration of distributed energy resources (DERs). Many DERs have insufficient capacity,...

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The Research Campus Mobility2Grid investigates the realization of sustainable energy and mobility development in urban areas. The primary objective involves the development of innovative solutions to ensure an affordable and secure supply of electricity, heat and transport, fully based on renewable energy. This includes: + Research and development of new technology options + Analysis and evaluation of social acceptability and political environment + Economic uses of research results + Development of new education and training formats The consortium involves research institutes, universities and industry partners, coordinated within the Mobility2Grid e.V. association. See further information: www.mobility2grid.de