How electromobility can be optimally integrated into the power grid is being investigated by the research project "unIT-e² - Reallabor für verNETZte E-Mobilität" in four field tests across Germany. To approach the complex topic from all sides at the same time, 29 partners from the automotive and energy industries, IT and charging infrastructure as well as science are participating in the joint project. The focus is on the user-friendly, large-scale implementation of bidirectional charging concepts. The three-year project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs And Climate Action (BMWK). Holistic solutions are being developed in the project for the further ramp-up of electromobility.
Urban areas of Munich and Düsseldorf as well as rural based field tests in Eastern Bavaria, Lower Saxony, and Northern Hesse.
E-Mobility, HVAC, Inverter, Grid