DG DemoNet Concept – Distributed Generation Demonstration Network

DG DemoNet

The main goal of the “DG DemoNet Concept” project is to analyze the possibilities for implementing different technical solutions for enabling a very high DG penetration of the medium and/or high voltage grid. The project demonstrates how active operation of distribution networks can be realized based on innovative solutions as model for future electricity networks. Like in the IRON project, an actual field installation is planned for a second project stage. This national research project is led by arsenal research. The project consortium consists of research institutions and transmission grid operators. The ICT is active in the area of communication technologies for DG coordination as well as supporting the algorithmic approaches for coordinated voltage control.

DG DemoNet

DG DemoNet – Distributed Generation Demonstration Network

  • F. Kupzog, H. Brunner, W. Prüggler, T. Pfejfar, A. Lugmaier: “DG DemoNet-COncept – A new Algorithm for active Distribution Grid Operation facilitating high DG penetration”; Vortrag: 5th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN 2007), Wien; 23.07.2007 – 27.07.2007; in: “INDIN 2007 Conference Proceedings”, (2007), S. 1197 – 1202. http://publik.tuwien.ac.at/files/pub-et_12440.pdf
  • H. Fechner, H. Brunner: “DG DemoNet – Forschung für vermehrt dezentrale”; Talk: Energiegespräch Ossiach, Ossiach; 2008-06-18 – 2008-06-20; in: “Risiko – Energiegespräch Ossiach 08”, Sympos Veranstaltungsmanagement GmbH, Plenergasse 1/6, 1180 Wien, (2008), 172 – 176.
  • Kupzog, F., Brunner, H., Pruggler, W., Pfajfar, T., & Lugmaier, A. (2007, June). DG DemoNet-Concept-A new Algorithm for active Distribution Grid Operation facilitating high DG penetration. In Industrial Informatics, 2007 5th IEEE International Conference on (Vol. 2, pp. 1197-1202). IEEE. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/INDIN.2007.4384946
  • A. Lugmaier, H. Brunner, B. Bletterie, F. Kupzog, A. Abart 2007, “Intelligent Distribution Grids in respect of a growing share of Distributed Generation,” in 19th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2007),” Vienna, Austria, May 2007 http://www.cired.net/publications/cired2007/pdfs/CIRED2007_0545_paper.pdf

About Martin Mosbeck

Martin Mosbeck BSc. was born 1990 in Vienna. In 2015 he received his Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, and he is currently attending a Master's degree program in Embedded Systems at the TU Wien. Since 2015 he is a scientific associate in various projects at the Institute of Computer Technology. He participated in the development of the VHDL E-Learning System VELS and is currently the Head Maintainer of the system, which is presently used in two lectures. From 2016 to 2017 he worked in the project Shape-HT (Secure Hardware by Automatic Property Extraction to Detect Design-Level Hardware Trojans) and is now writing his master thesis in that field. Since 2017 he is a member of the Energy&IT Group, where he is contributing to the eNDUSTRIE 4.0 project with his experience and expertise in the field of VHDL, and he continues to develop the E-Learning system for use with this project.
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