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Renewable Energy in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

  • Text
  • Energy
  • Vestas
  • Berlin
  • Solar
  • Brandenburg
  • Renewable
  • Institute
  • Blades
  • Technologies
  • Aleo
  • Engineering

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Production at aleo solar in Prenzlau Optimization of wind turbines in the wind tunnel at TU Berlin Companies Solar power AkoTec aleo solar GMB Glasmanufaktur Brandenburg ib vogt InvenSor Jonas & Redmann KBB Kollektorbau Milk the Sun Mounting Systems mp tec OneShore Energy Parabel PI Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin PUK-Solar Oxford PV Silicor Materials skytron energy Solmove SUNfarming Bioenergy Alensys Engineering Algenol Biofuels Germany Biopract CTA Anlagenbau Danpower Forster Heiztechnik GICON Bioenergie HF Biotec Berlin LXP Group PCK Raffinerie Pronova Analysentechnik SunCoal Industries TS Umweltanlagenbau VERBIO Biofuel & Technology Wind power AMBAU Windservice Ammonit Measurement Energiequelle EnerKite ENERTRAG Key Wind Energy Reuther STC Renewable energies play an outstanding role in Berlin and Brandenburg. While Berlin needs a lot of energy, Brandenburg can generate a lot of it from renewable sources. In Brandenburg, approx. 18,400 GWh of renewable electricity are generated per year. This is more than Berlin's total annual electricity consumption. Together, technologies and implementation concepts are being developed and tested. The consortium WindNODE, which was initiated by the Berlin-Brandenburg Energy Technology Cluster and in which all the East German states are involved, will demonstrate in the »Smart Energy Showcase« how production and consumption can be permanently optimally brought into alignment. This is only possible through a comprehensive smart grid, in which all system participants communicate with each other via an »Internet of Energy«. »The infrastructure in the capital region for research and development in the field of solar energy generation (in the form of electricity and hydrogen) is unique. This includes basic research in the EMIL laboratory at the BESSY II synchrotron as well as the Helmholtz Innovation Lab HySPRINT and application-oriented technology development at PVcomB. With regional, national and international partners from industry and science, we are working intensively on the global energy transition.« Prof. Dr. Rutger Schlatmann Director PVcomB Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin Bioenergy The production of energy from biomass using a variety of technologies is an important pillar of the energy transition which can be very well »The regional Feldheim ‘regulating power station’ ensures future prospects. Technically: via the significant contribution of the 10 MW battery storage system to stabilizing the grid. Regionally: by creating added value in a rural part of Brandenburg. Systemically: as a further, practical building block for the implementation of the energy transition.« René Just Head of Domestic Projects Energiequelle GmbH planned and regulated. The big challenge is to use the existing resources and facilities more effectively. Many companies and research institutes are working together to find solutions in the areas of agro- forestry systems and algae research as well as biogas, biofuels and biochar. The Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy is conducting research with a focus on the energetic use of biomass. By providing practical application laboratories for business partners, ATB is promoting the development of agricultural innovations into market-ready products. Solar energy Photovoltaics (PV) in particular makes an important contribution to supplying the capital region. With 1.5 MW/1,000 inhabitants, Brandenburg has the highest installed PV capacity per capita in Germany (2018). In addition, Germany's largest solar park, with an installed capacity of 168 MW, has been operating in Lusatia since 2011. In Weesow-Wilmersdorf the ENBW energy group is planning an open-space PV plant on an area of 164 hectares, without EEG subsidies, with an installed capacity of more

The capital region Berlin Brandenburg is an energy transition pioneer Large share of renewable energy Leading international expertise in solar research Extensive research landscape for the energetic use of biomass Pilot projects, research activities and young companies in the field of retrofitting of wind turbines Creative, startup-friendly climate Danpower biomethane cogeneration plant on the site of the wind turbine blades producer Vestas Blades than 180 MW. In addition to manufacturers such as aleo solar and Oxford PV, more and more start-ups with innovative solar products for end users are being created. At the Competence Centre Thin-Film and Nanotechnology for Photovoltaics Berlin (PVcomB), thin-film photovoltaic technologies and products are developed in cooperation with the industry. The technology and knowledge transfer occurs in research projects with industrial partners as well as by training highly skilled professionals. The capital region is also making its mark with new R&D trends, including the development of perovskite solar cells and solar road surfaces. Wind energy With an installed capacity of about 7,105 MW, Brandenburg is the second leading wind power state in Germany (as of 6/2019). But it doesn't end with wind turbines – development and manufacturing also take place here. Renowned manufacturers and suppliers manufacture maintenance pods, rotor blades and towers, for instance. At the Lauchhammer site in southern Brandenburg, rotor blades for Vestas megawatt wind turbines have been manufactured since May 2002. Moreover, companies and re- »In 2016, we acquired our pilot line in Brandenburg an der Havel to bring our perovskite silicon solar cell technology to market. Brandenburg's support ranged from identifying a suitable location and facilitating access to grants to networking opportunities that allowed access to the best regional institutes.« Frank P. Averdung CEO Oxford PV Germany GmbH »The future-oriented operation of the capital's grid plays a key role in the urban energy transition. Stromnetz Berlin optimises the use of wind energy from Brandenburg and decentralised photovoltaic generation within the city through continuous innovation. An intelligent power grid is also required for transforming the heat and transport sectors in order to achieve the climate protection goals of the capital region.« Claudia Rathfux Head of Customer and Market Relations Stromnetz Berlin GmbH search institutes in the region are also involved with innovative technologies such as high-altitude wind technology, in addition to research on rotor blades and base foundations. The aim of the high-altitude wind technology is to harness the power of stronger, more stable winds at altitudes up to 500 m, especially in inland areas, thus improving efficiency significantly. In addition, experts from Berlin and Brandenburg are increasingly dealing with topics such as retrofitting and predictive maintenance of wind turbines. Integrating renewables into the energy supply system The capital region is a great place to test methods for the stable supply of energy with a large share of renewable energy. At the core of this is the digital networking of market participants. Technology companies, energy producers and consumers, grid operators and scientific institutes are working on the necessary concepts and putting them into practice. Seilpartner Windkraft TRADYNA Turbit Systems Venpower Vestas Blades WINDnovation Engineering Solutions WP Systems Zahnradwerk Pritzwalk Research BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus – Senftenberg Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development Fraunhofer FOKUS Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie HTW Berlin Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces PVcomB Reiner Lemoine Institute TH Wildau TU Berlin Associations and networks Berlin-Brandenburg Energy Network (BEN) Brandenburgische Energie Technologie Initiative (ETI) CEBra – Centrum für Energietechnologie Brandenburg German Biogas Association Regional Office East (FvB) German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), Berlin-Brandenburg branch Regional Association Berlin Brandenburg WindEnergy (BWE)

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