LOAD MANAGEMENT IN ELECTROMOBILITY
SIGNIFICANCE AND FUNCTIONALITY OF LOAD MANAGEMENT IN E-MOBILITY
- What are the effects of not using load management?
- What does the simultaneity factor mean and why is it so important for planning the charging infrastructure?
- What do Modbus and OCPP stand for and what are the advantages of using them?
- How does load management work in combination with a Home Energy System (HEMS)?
E-mobility FOR A SUCCESSFUL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
MORE ELECTROMOBILITY CAN ACCELERATE DECENTRALISED ENERGY PRODUCTION
- For 48.5 million electric cars, the generation of wind and solar power must increase by 1.8 % per year by 2050 compared to today’s levels.
- Germany faces enormous challenges in energy supply and power generation. More and more areas, such as mobility or heating buildings, are being electrified.
- The German power grid needs decentralised, local energy management so that it can supply millions more e-cars and wallboxes.
- The acquisition of energy management systems should be state-subsidised for this purpose.
- Policymakers must push for the expansion of a nationwide charging infrastructure so that Germany can achieve its climate targets.