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Requirements and tasks for active energy management systems in automotive industry

Anforderungen und Aufgaben von aktiven Energiemanagementsystemen in der Automobilindustrie
: Franz, Enrico; Erler, Felix; Langer, Tino; Schlegel, Andreas; Stoldt, Johannes; Richter, Mark; Putz, Matthias

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Procedia manufacturing 8 (2017), pp.175-182
ISSN: 2351-9789
Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing (GCSM) <14, 2016, Stellenbosch/South Africa>
Journal Article, Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWU ()
energy management system; production planing and control; energy storage management; flexibility; automotive

The “2020 climate and energy package” enacted by the EU aims to reduce emission of greenhouse gases, to increase the share of renewable energy and to improve overall energy efficiency. These goals are forwarded to the industry using regulations or funding opportunities. Taking a deeper look e.g. into automotive industry the companies reflect these goals to their plants across Europe. Energy efficiency is a plant-related KPI to gain customer satisfaction, enhance greener production and optimise internal costs. Current developments especially deal with base load reduction for production plants. In order to achieve this, all resources within the factory, interconnected by processes or by energy flows, have to be actively managed. This paper deals with the requirements on energy management systems stemming from the task to control production, infrastructure as well as technical building systems (TBS) simultaneously with focus on specifics of the automotive industry.