RESCuE Laboratory

DESCRIPTION

RESCUE Lab as a workplace
At the Engineering College we possess Renewable Energy System Integration & Control under Electric Engineering Laboratory (RESCuE Lab). It is an advanced energy laboratory that enables researchers, students and companies to research, test and experiment with the integration of future energy systems.

The laboratory is one of Northern Europe's largest and most advanced energy laboratories, and the aim of the laboratory is to create new knowledge and gain practical experience with the energy system of the future based on full integration of renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and biogas.

Often, the work on the development of sustainable energy systems takes place in close collaboration with companies, where students, in connection with their bachelor project or other study projects, work on a problem from the company. Here, students already get an insight into the current technological challenges.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

RESCUE Lab - Function and content
The laboratory is used for testing and analysis in connection with teaching, research and innovation and project work.
Technical advice in relation to IEC / DS standards regarding system operation.

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Testing of renewable energy systems integrated with energy storage for specific applications such as grid support, etc.
Development and testing of renewable energy systems in relation to electrical properties
Product and component development as well as verification
Consultancy in relation to product development, patent analysis, due diligence analyzes, etc.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

Facilities and analysis equipment
Oscilloscopes
Power analyzer 6 channel
High voltage tester up to 15 KV
Climatic champer -40 - 150 degrees 0-95% humidity
Battery system - 20 kW
Frequency converter 20 kW
Voltage, current probes
Electric car

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

Contact information provided - just reach out.

PRICING MODEL

To be determined based on the type of collaboration and expertise required.

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Aarhus, Denmark


Responsible organisation: Aarhus University, Denmark

Bjorn Andresen
Corneliu Barbu

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This initiative has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements no. 646039 and no. 775970.
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