Simulation, analysis and optimization of networks for gas, H2, CO2, and electricity
In the future, thousands of kilometers of new grids will be built in Germany to make greater use of electricity from renewable energies. These new “intelligent networks” (smart grids) increase complexity, costs, and vulnerability. Fraunhofer SCAI has developed a software tool to analyze and optimize transport networks for gas, electricity, and water using numerical simulations as early as the planning stage. This makes conversion and expansion more flexible for network operators, saves energy and expenses, and increases the security of the energy supply.
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