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CCP is an Integrated Multi-Energy Storages Coupling the Power Network to the Transportation.


 CCP addresses the resulting bottleneck of supplying new mobility concepts with a solution that integrates the management of energy supply of road transportation in a new way 

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Hi, we are CrossChargePoint! Welcome to our page!

Come along

Hi, we are CrossChargePoint! Welcome to our page!
– CCP is an Integrated Multi-Energy Storages Coupling the Power Network to the Transportation 
 CCP addresses the resulting bottleneck of supplying new mobility concepts with a solution that integrates the management of energy supply of road transportation in a new way 

Come along

About

CrossChargePoint aims at providing solutions for the optimised allocation of surplus energy to long- or short-term energy storages as well as transportation supply. Particular concerns of different regions with differing geographical, climatic and economic conditions are taken into account to develop a CrossChargePoint. The CrossChargePoint is a new type of charging station functioning as virtual power plant, combining fast charging capabilities with energy generation, transformation and storage. The CrossChargePoint provides fast charging simultaneously for multiple electric vehicles in periods of heavy transit traffic, as well as demand-side management capabilities covering fluctuating demands from transportation and consumption in the local electricity grid. Energy transformation by electrolysis and power-to-gas enables the CrossChargePoint to support gas/hydrogen vehicle fuelling and to operate as energy storage for the local grid, using different carriers for short-term and seasonal energy storage. 

Partners

Project Coordinator

Deggendorf Institute of Technolgogy (Germany)

Project Partners

  • AVL List (Austria)
  • Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (Austria)
  • FENECON GmbH (Germany)
  • Urban Software Institute GmbH (Germany)
  • HyCentA Research GmbH (Austria)
  • ASKI Industrie-Elektronik GmbH (Austria)
  • Livolt Ltd (Israel)
  • Yeruham Local Council (Israel)
  • Energie Kompass GmbH (Austria)
  • Bwv its GmbH (Switzerland)

Work

Main Objectives  

The main goal of the project is to investigate how intelligent planning and operation of regional fast charging stations with integrated energy storages for e-mobility supply can contribute to (1) cost-efficient grid reinforcement and grid stabilisation, (2) increased local energy consumption, and (3) increased local value generation through business models.  

The long-term interest of is clear: to acquire the necessary knowledge to develop products and services that address the emerging energy-aware ICT solutions and consulting for their B2B and B2C portfolio. 

Expected Key Results 

At the end of the project a working system for a CrossChargePoint prototype demonstrated in three relevant environments (demonstrators) will be available. The conditions for planning and operating a CrossChargePoint will be accumulated and put into a Localization & Optimization tool that by feeding the necessary data, will specify optimal locations, sizing and technologies such as an energy management system for new CrossChargePoints. A particular focus is given to the development of a blue print to enable the easy transfer to other regions with different economic, infrastructural and geographical conditions. 

Technology  

  • Generation of Location & Optimization tools accounting for local conditions 
  • Evaluation of forecasting processes required as input for a smart metering and monitoring structure 
  • Specification and implementation of a comprehensive and reliable ICT architecture for a regional energy management system 

Market 

  • Definition of a CCP operation structure, considering the benefits of stakeholders and need-owners 
  • Evaluation of an operational control algorithm to achieve grid adequate operation to provide ancillary services 

Adoption  

  • Estimation of business opportunities for CCP operators through integration of local electricity production, storage- and energy conversion capabilities, in three demonstrators 
  • Estimation of business opportunities for CCP operators through integration of local electricity production, storage- and energy conversion capabilities, as well as energy supply for mobility

 

 

New

The International automobile exhibition  took place for the first time this year as the „IAA Mobility“ and as a mobility platform in Munich.

The focus of the IAA mobility is holistic mobility with fascinating innovations and technologies.

Everything that shapes the mobility of tomorrow and makes it tangible.

The IAA has developed from a car show into one of the leading future platforms for all mobility topics.

In September 2021 the IAA MOBILITY has opened its doors in Munich to show you the latest trends in mobility.

Contact

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Funding Information

Funding

This project has received funding in the framework of the joint programming initiative ERANet Smart Energy Systems’ focus initiatives Smart Grids PlusandIntegrated, Regional Energy Systems, with support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grantagreementsNo 646039and 775970.

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CrossChargePoint Project represented by Prof. Dr. Javier Valdes

THD – Technische Hochschule Deggendorf
DIT – Institute of Technology

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