Team Stationary Energy Storage Systems (SES)

Energy storage systems have a central role in future energy systems. In the context of the energy transition, there are various changes and challenges in the energy sector - the elimination of conventional generators, the digitization, and decentralization of the electricity supply, as well as an increasing sector coupling of electricity to the heat and mobility sector are just selected examples. In various applications, stationary storage systems can contribute to the energy transition, operate profitably and - if used correctly - make a contribution to reducing CO2 emissions.

The SES team aims to investigate fundamental issues relating to system design, optimal operation, efficiency, and the degradation of storage systems as a whole - i.e. including the associated peripherals. The findings flow directly into technical and economic evaluations. It is our concern to make the most comprehensive simulation and optimization tool landscape available to the general public in the form of open-source code.

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Selected publications

Aging aware operation of lithium-ion battery energy storage systems: A review

N. Collath, B. Tepe, S. Englberger, A. Jossen, H. Hesse

 

 

 

Optimal pool composition of commercial electric vehicles in V2G fleet operation of various electricity markets

Benedikt Tepe, Jan Figgener, Stefan Englberger, Dirk Uwe Sauer, Andreas Jossen, Holger Hesse

 

SimSES: A holistic simulation framework for modeling and analyzing stationary energy storage systems

Marc Möller, Daniel Kucevic, Nils Collath, Anupam Parlikar, Petra Dotzauer, Benedikt Tepe, Stefan Englberger, Andreas Jossen, Holger Hesse

Optimal pool composition of commercial electric vehicles in V2G fleet operation of various electricity markets

Benedikt Tepe, Jan Figgener, Stefan Englberger, Dirk Uwe Sauer, Andreas Jossen, Holger Hesse