SEtrade Testlab

DESCRIPTION

Our testbed provides a platform of integrated systems that allows us to study and investigate the future energy market. We focus on optimizing decentralized renewable energy units and applying different commercialization concepts in the German energy sector. We do not only focus on electricity commercialization but also on energy storage systems and the commercialization of their flexibility. Based on our optimization tools, data and decentralized units we analyze the future of the energy market.

AREAS OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE

Optimization and modelling of storage batteries and solar power plants as well as the energy market. Simulation, sector coupling, supplying solutions for system flexibility, electromobility, energy commercialization concepts (PPA and CPA),

WHAT CAN BE TESTED

Electricity commercialization concepts, integration of renewable energy production (especially solar farms) with, storage systems, EV, hydrogen, etc. Business models for clean electricity. We have access to energy trading platforms as well as GOOs (guarantees of origin).We can provide customer experience/satisfaction /acceptance tests for products & services.

AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

Our living lab is connected to renewable decentralized power generating units (solar and wind as well as storage), charging stations for EV and to commercial power customers.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH US

You can get in touch with us via email or telephone. Our points of contact are: Detlef Siebert or Micaela Ponce
Drop us an email, let's talk and evaluate if our interests meet. detlef.siebert@setrad

PRICING MODEL

We will evaluate individually the price for the validation process, depending on the project scope and the level of cooperation involved.

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Potsdam, Germany


Responsible organisation: SEtrade GmbH, Germany

Micaela Ponce
Detlef Siebert
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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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