Renewable Management and Real-Time Control Platform
Recent scenarios agree that the goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions requires massive growth of solar photovoltaics, the electrification of heating and mobility and a variety of storage options at all time scales. This results in challenging control problems.
The ReMaP platforms allows to develop and validate control algorithms and hardware at an intermediate scale between the laboratory and the real world.
ReMaP is a joint effort of ETH Zurich, the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), the Swiss Federal Laboratory for Materials Science and Technology (Empa), Smart Grid Solutions, Super Computing Systems, Adaptricity, and National Instruments. It is open for partners from academia, industry and the public sector.
The project is supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, the ETH Foundation, as well as in-kind contributions from project partners.
Energy Science Center (ESC)