Power and Natural Gas: Grids and Regulation

The lecture conveys the theoretical foundations of power and gas supply systems and gives a broad review of the regulation.

Contents

  • Principles and current state of energy economics
  • Requirements of energy economics upon power systems
  • Physical and technical fundamentals for understanding power systems
  • Power grids as base for understanding regulation of power grids
  • Requirements of energy economics upon gas supply systems
  • Physical and technical fundamentals for understanding natural gas systems
  • Natural gas grids as base for understanding regulation of natural gas grids
  • Political and economical motivation for the necessity of regulation
  • Systems of regulating power and natural gas systems
  • Instruments of regulation
  • Regulation of power and natural gas grids in Germany
  • Regulation or power and natural gas grids in Europe
  • Risks in existing energy supply systems with focus and power and gas grids
  • Potentials of energy supply systems in the context of customer-specific requirements
  • Change of role of power grinds and the underlying transformation process to the future power supply system

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Benedikt Schweiger

Duration2 SWS
TermWintersemester 2017/18
Language of instructionGerman

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