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Feel free to contact us – we will gladly advise and inform you.

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM
Wiener Straße 12
28359 Bremen, Germany

Tel.: +49 421 / 2246-0
Fax: +49 421 / 2246-300
info@bremer-energie-institut.de

As of September 1st 2013 the Bremer Energie Institut (BEI) has been integrated into the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (IFAM) constituting the new division of "Energy System Analysis" within the business segment of " Energy and Environment".

BEIs research will be continued as before and your contacts remain the same.

From September 1st 2013 you can reach us as follows:

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology
and Advanced Materials (IFAM)
OE Energy System Analysis
Wiener Straße 12
28359 Bremen
Germany
Tel:  +49 421 2246-0
Fax: +49 421 2246-300

www.ifam.fraunhofer.de/energiesystemanalyse

The research group of Prof. Brunekreeft at Jacobs University Bremen is found at b-e-r.user.jacobs-university.de, Campus Ring 1, 28759 Bremen; Tel: +49 421 200-4868.

MuGriSto

MuGriSto - Multi Grid Storage

The research project "Multi-Grid-Storage" (MuGriSto) investigates different measures to balance inflexible electricity generation by linking the electricity- gas- and heat supply systems. The project focuses on identifying desirable interactions and aims at establishing indications for their systematic optimisation, taking into account synergies between the different systems.
NeMoLand

NeMoLand - New Mobility in Rural Areas

In former studies the BEI investigates the potential of emobility to avoid emissions and the interdependencies between emobility and off-shore wind generation. The new project NeMoLand investigates the potential of emobility in the context of load management and whether it can function as storage or avoid local network overload by targeted control strategies.
Triple-R

Triple-R - Roles, responsibilities and regulation

This project builds on the results of the research project IRIN and contributes to developing a consistent institutional framework to facilitate the development and deployment of smart grids. The main aspects that are investigated within this project are (future) roles, responsibilities and regulation in these emerging smart distribution systems.