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Quality delivering, safety and security in Smart Energy and E-mobility


Losses worldwide from transmission and the quality of energy was 8,264% in 2012. The cost of unstable grid and dirty energy was annually ? 65,42 Bn just for the kWh costs. For consumers and businesses the figure are much higher when including production stop and broken equipment. The transformation towards more non-buffer abled renewable energy, variable loads from electric vehicles (EVs) and modern house appliances apply more strain and volatility to the grid. The quality, redundancy and operation boundary conditions for the grid will be increasingly more important. It will be important to control is the impact EV?s charging and non-buffer able renewable energy have on the grid stability with respect to e.g. load, capacity, frequency and demand response of the total grid. Our goal is to develop a system that increase stability and security for grids with variable loads through control and monitoring of multivariable parameters. Our solution is a combination of HW for electronical spectrometric, communication technology, big-data, charge point management and cloud computing. By controlling/monitoring the intersection point between grid and variable load the potential threats can be detected and isolated before it hits the main system. Today solutions exists for controlling a charge point or measure instabilities in a grid. The cutting edge application is however the combination of real time monitoring and control of consumption point in the grid. With deep learning finding the source of the problem, and react to the symptoms in real time reducing risk for rest of the grid. For hospitals, grid operators and big production facilities, this is essential to provide the needed conditions for operation. Our system will ensure stability, safety and quality of energy regardless of loads and sources of energy. We have found no SoA solution that present an integration and a service like this that is presented in the market and offered to any utility or charge point operator

Project leader: Rune Nilsen

Started: 2017

Ends: 2018

Category: Næringsliv

Sector: Næringsliv

Budget: 1e+05

Institution: CURRENT ECO AS

Address: Oslo