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Volume 4 Supplement 3

Proceedings of the 10th DACH+ Conference on Energy Informatics


Publication of this supplement was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. The articles have undergone a double blind peer review process. The Supplement Editors declare that they have no competing interests.

Virtual13-17 September 2021

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Edited by Anke Weidlich, Dirk Neumann, Gunther Gust, Philipp Staudt and Mirko Schäfer.

  1. The transformation of the energy system towards volatile renewable generation, increases the need to manage decentralized flexibilities more efficiently. For this, precise forecasting of uncontrollable electri...

    Authors: Arne Groß, Antonia Lenders, Friedhelm Schwenker, Daniel A. Braun and David Fischer
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):13
  2. The transport sector is responsible for 25% of global CO2 emissions. To reduce emissions in the EU, a shift from the currently 745,000 operating public buses to electric buses (EBs) is expected in the coming year...

    Authors: Enrico Toniato, Prakhar Mehta, Stevan Marinkovic and Verena Tiefenbeck
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):23
  3. With increasing digitization, new opportunities emerge concerning the availability and use of data in the energy sector. A comprehensive literature review shows an abundance in available unsupervised clusterin...

    Authors: Alexander Bogensperger and Yann Fabel
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):18
  4. Nations and companies are forced to reduce CO2 emissions and decelerate global warming. In this development, the transition of the heating sector is still in its infancy despite the relatively large share of ther...

    Authors: Thomas Kohne, Lukas Theisinger, Jan Scherff and Matthias Weigold
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):24
  5. To tackle the climate crisis, the European energy strategy relies on consumers taking ownership of the energy transition, accelerating decarbonisation through investments in low-carbon technologies and ensurin...

    Authors: Matteo Barsanti, Jan Sören Schwarz, Lionel Guy Gérard Constantin, Pranay Kasturi, Claudia R. Binder and Sebastian Lehnhoff
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):12
  6. Future smart grids can and will be subject of systematic attacks that can result in monetary costs and reduced system stability. These attacks are not necessarily malicious, but can be economically motivated a...

    Authors: Thomas Wolgast, Eric MSP Veith and Astrid Nieße
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):21

    The Correction to this article has been published in Energy Informatics 2023 6:11

  7. Due to a steeply growing number of energy assets, the increasingly decentralized and segmented energy sector fuels the potential for new digital use cases. In this paper, we focus our attention on the applicat...

    Authors: Alexander Djamali, Patrick Dossow, Michael Hinterstocker, Benjamin Schellinger, Johannes Sedlmeir, Fabiane Völter and Lukas Willburger
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2021 4(Suppl 3):22

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  • Citation Impact 2023
    Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.761
    SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.568

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