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Flexible IT Platform for Synchronizing Energy Demands with Volatile Markets

: Schott, Paul; Ahrens, Raphael; Bauer, Dennis; Hering, Fabian; Keller, Robert; Pullmann, Jaroslav; Schel, Daniel; Schimmelpfennig, Jens; Simon, Peter; Weber, Thomas; Abele, Eberhard; Bauernhansl, Thomas; Fridgen, Gilbert; Jarke, Matthias; Reinhart, Gunther

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Created on: 3.8.2018

Information technology : it 60 (2018), No.3, pp.155-164
ISSN: 1611-2776
ISSN: 2196-7032
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung BMBF
Journal Article, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer FIT ()
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Fraunhofer IGCV ()
Platform; Smart Grid; Demand Response; Digitization; Industry 4.0; Demand-Side-Management; Digitalisierung; Industrie 4.0

Abandoning fossil and nuclear energy sources in the long run and increasing amount of renewable energies in electricity production causes a more volatile power supply. Depending on external realities, renewable energy production emphasizes the need for measures to guarantee the necessary balance of demand and supply in the electricity system at all times. Energy intensive industry processes theoretically include high Demand Response potentials suitable to tackle this increasing supply volatility. Nevertheless, most companies do not operate their production in a flexible manner due to multiple reasons: among others, the companies lack know-how, technologies and a clear business case to introduce an additional level of flexibility into their production processes, they are concerned about po ssible impacts on their processes by varying the electricity demand and need assistance in exploiting their flexibility. Aside from fostering knowledge in industry companies, an IT-solution that supports companies to use their processes Demand Response potential has become necessary. Its concept must support companies in managing companies energy-flexible production processes and monetarize those potentials at flexibility markets. This paper presents a concept, which integrates both companies and energy markets. It enables automated trading of companies Demand Response potential on different flexibility markets.