International Experience:

Have a look at our projects

EWR Netz GmbH / Deutschland

DESIGNETZ

New innovative approaches are needed for a cost-efficient integration of renewables into the distribution grid. Energynautics analyses their effectiveness and refines their use for the BDEW traffic light concept.

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Agora Energiewende, Germany

Innovative Grid Toolbox

Grid expansion is an essential flexibility option for integrating ever-greater shares of variable renewable energy: We show, which innovative “tools” there are in order to optimally use the transmission grid.

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Ministry for Economic Affairs, Climate Protection, Energy and Regional Planning of the German State Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Distribution System Study Rhineland-Palatinate

100% renewables by 2030, that’s what the state government aims at. We show what this target will mean for the distribution system of RLP and how smart grids can contribute.

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Energinet.dk, Denmark

Cell Controller Project

Development and test of a universal high-end Smart-Grid-Controller. The highlight: Pure autonomous island operation of the distribution system based solely on distributed energy resources.

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Supported by: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Snoopi – Smart Network Control with PV

PV battery systems can do more than only optimizing the self-consumption: Our controller stabilizes the voltage and thus paves the way for a higher PV penetration.

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Inter-American Development Bank / El Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía de Costa Rica (MINAE)

Renewables Grid Integration Study Costa Rica

100% renewables already today: Possible through excellent wind, solar and hydro resources. We show how the power system should be organized for reliable operation.

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Greenpeace International, the Netherlands

European Grid Study 2030/2050

100% renewables by 2050? Commissioned by Greenpeace, the study investigated how the European grid has to be cost-optimized designed in order to realize the Energy [R]evolution Scenarios.

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World Bank/Utility Seychelles

Grid Absorption Study Seychelles

Renewable energy in small island systems bring economic benefits as well as technical challenges: We reveal how wind and solar can be optimally integrated into the Seychelles power system.

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International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), United Arab Emirates

IRENA Grid Code Study

Which aspects have to be considered when developing grid codes for integrating high shares of renewables while maintaining a reliable and stable power supply? We provide answers!

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VDMA, Germany

VDMA Study on the
Stability of Gas Engines

In case of voltage dips in the grid, gas engines have to remain grid-connected. Using modelling and simulations, we demonstrate the effectivity of different Fault-Ride-Through solutions.

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Barbados Light & Power Company, Barbados

Barbados Grid Code Review

Energy policy target for 2029: 29% renewables. This in mind, Energynautics reviewed the Barbados Grid Code and developed new Planning and Operation Codes.

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World Bank / Philippines

How-to guide for variable renewable energy integration

How can variable renewable energy be integrated in the Philippine power system? Energynautics shows how with a step-by-step guide developed for the World Bank and the Philippine system operator!

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