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Volume 5 Supplement 1

Proceedings of the 11th DACH+ Conference on Energy Informatics

Research

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.

Freiburg, Germany15-16 September 2022

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


  1. The energy transition into a modern power system requires energy flexibility. Demand Response (DR) is one promising option for providing this flexibility. With the highest share of final energy consumption, th...

    Authors: Ramin Bahmani, Christine van Stiphoudt, Sergio Potenciano Menci, Michael SchÖpf and Gilbert Fridgen
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):26
  2. In the energy transition, there is an urgent need for decreasing overall carbon emissions. Against this background, the purposeful and verifiable tracing of emissions in the energy system is a crucial key elem...

    Authors: Matthias Babel, Vincent Gramlich, Marc-Fabian Körner, Johannes Sedlmeir, Jens Strüker and Till Zwede
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):27
  3. We introduce the Solar Farm Cable Layout Problem (SoFaCLaP), a novel graph-theoretic optimization problem. SoFaCLaP formalizes the task of finding a cost-optimal cable layout in a solar farm where PV string po...

    Authors: Sascha Gritzbach, Dominik Stampa and Matthias Wolf
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):25
  4. Energy system modeling has been following the energy transition to investigate challenges and opportunities of future energy systems on all grid levels. Necessary input for sector-coupled energy system models ...

    Authors: Clara Büttner, Jonathan Amme, Julian Endres, Aadit Malla, Birgit Schachler and Ilka Cußmann
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):21
  5. An important measure for decarbonising the heating sector is the transformation of existing district heating (DH) systems into low-emission heating grids based on renewable heat sources. The test facility for ...

    Authors: Dennis Lottis and Anna Kallert
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):16
  6. The transition to a climate-neutral energy system involves the integration of many small components—on the generation as well as on the consumption side. Their controllability is a crucial part of running a re...

    Authors: Elisabeth Springmann, Andreas Bruckmeier and Mathias Müller
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):18
  7. In many countries, energy consumption data is collected through smart meters in 15-min intervals. Prior work has shown that 1 year’s worth of this data is sufficient to extract sensitive information about hous...

    Authors: Dejan Radovanovic, Andreas Unterweger, Günther Eibl, Dominik Engel and Johannes Reichl
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):13
  8. The transformation of power grids into intelligent cyber-physical systems brings numerous benefits, but also significantly increases the surface for cyber-attacks, demanding appropriate countermeasures. Howeve...

    Authors: Ömer Sen, Dennis van der Velde, Maik Lühman, Florian Sprünken, Immanuel Hacker, Andreas Ulbig, Michael Andres and Martin Henze
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):23
  9. Energy optimization of factory operations has gained increasing importance over recent years since it is understood as one way to counteract climate change. At the same time, the number of research teams worki...

    Authors: Benedikt Grosch, Heiko Ranzau, Bastian Dietrich, Thomas Kohne, Daniel Fuhrländer-Völker, Johannes Sossenheimer, Martin Lindner and Matthias Weigold
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):29
  10. Using optimization to design a renewable energy system has become a computationally demanding task as the high temporal fluctuations of demand and supply arise within the considered time series. The aggregatio...

    Authors: Tobias Blanke, Katharina S. Schmidt, Joachim Göttsche, Bernd Döring, Jérôme Frisch and Christoph van Treeck
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):17
  11. The multi-purpose usage of battery energy storage systems (BESSs) increases the exploitation of their flexibility potential. This can be further enhanced when a large number of small BESSs are combined into a ...

    Authors: Paul Hendrik Tiemann, Marvin Nebel-Wenner, Stefanie Holly, Emilie Frost, Adrian Jimenez Martinez and Astrid Nieße
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):14
  12. The strong interdependence between power systems and information and communication technologies (ICT) makes cyber-physical energy systems susceptible to new disturbances. State estimation (SE) is a vital part ...

    Authors: Batoul Hage Hassan, Anand Narayan, Michael Brand and Sebastian Lehnhoff
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):30
  13. Accurate day-ahead load forecasting is an important task in smart energy communities, as it enables improved energy management and operation of flexibilities. Smart meter data from individual households within...

    Authors: Leo Semmelmann, Sarah Henni and Christof Weinhardt
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):24
  14. In the electricity grid, constantly balancing the supply and demand is critical for the network’s stability and any expected deviations require balancing efforts. This balancing becomes more challenging in fut...

    Authors: Maximilian Beichter, Kaleb Phipps, Martha Maria Frysztacki, Ralf Mikut, Veit Hagenmeyer and Nicole Ludwig
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):19
  15. Sustainable energy systems are characterised by an increased integration of renewable energy sources, which magnifies the fluctuations in energy supply. Methods to to cope with these magnified fluctuations, su...

    Authors: Benedikt Heidrich, Lisa Mannsperger, Marian Turowski, Kaleb Phipps, Benjamin Schäfer, Ralf Mikut and Veit Hagenmeyer
    Citation: Energy Informatics 2022 5(Suppl 1):20

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