Distribution networks are the backbone of the current energy transition, with regard to ongoing integration of renewable energies and to future integration and coordination of multiple, controllable load and storage technologies. A number of trends, including decentralization, digitalization, decarbonization and autarky, will create new requirements for future distribution networks and municipal utilities.
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Article Stefan Nykamp, Head of Strategie Grid Economics/Grid Fees, Innogy SE, Essen; Sandra Maeding, Project Manager Wind-NODE, Stromnetz Berlin GmbH, H. Schuster, Principal Consultant, J. Kaltschnee (E-Bridge Consulting GmbH, Bonn) in Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen No. 69. (2019), Issue 1/2, Pages 76 ff. (German language)Download PDF