"For me, the energy system transition stands for making the entire energy system fit for 100% renewable energies."
Ricardo Reibsch's PhD project is dedicated to the question to what extent decentralised battery storage systems can in future contribute to system stability in a renewable and sector-coupled energy system. He is conducting energy system modelling at the distribution grid level.
Prof. Dr. Julia Kowal from the Department of Electrical Energy Storage Technology at TU Berlin supervises his work.
Ricardo Reibsch completed a degree in Electrical Engineering at TU Berlin, focusing on energy supply based on renewable energies. After graduating, he worked in transformative teaching and as a research associate in the field of renewable energies. Ricardo is involved in climate justice activities and is an active member of the Solar Powers association at TU Berlin.
Flexibility options and their representation in open energy modelling tools
Energy Strategy Reviews, 2021
Challenges in grid integration of electric vehicles in urban and rural areas
World Electric Vehicle Journal, 2021
Die Bedeutung von Batteriespeichersystemen bei der Verringerung von Netzbelastungen in sektorengekoppelten und erneuerbaren Niederspannungsnetzen
VDE-ETG-CIRED Workshop 2021, München
The Role of Battery Storage Systems in Solving Stability Issues in Sector-Coupled and Renewable Low-Voltage Grids
15th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES 2021), online
Atomkraft - eine Partnerin der klimafreundlichen Erneuerbaren?
Erneuerbare Energien – Kolumnen zur Energiesystemwende
Achtung! Bundesnetzagentur versucht alte Energiewelt zu zementieren.
Erneuerbare Energien – Kolumnen zur Energiesystemwende.