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MeRegioMobil - e-mobility in future energy systems

Contact: Daniel Pathmaperuma, Hartmut Schmeck

Project Status: completed


The objective of the research project MeRegioMobil is to efficiently integrate mobile rechargeable batteries in vehicles into the existing energy system by means of innovative information and communication technologies (ICT). Various scenarios will be examined testing the usability of a range of concepts for appropriate architectures and services.

A key element of this project will be a research and demonstration laboratory for a systematic investigation of concepts regarding “smart home & mobility”. These showcase studies will complement our work in the E-Energy project MeRegio.
Based on the concepts developed in the predecessor project “eCar∂home", the laboratory will represent the prototype of a “smart home” with intelligent, controllable appliances, decentralized generators and electric vehicles. Besides its use for demonstration purposes, the laboratory also offers the possibility to test the developed technologies and services before they are applied in the model region.

Equally relevant is the development of new business models and incentive systems in the field of electric mobility as well as innovative telematic services, involving route planning technologies (GPS) for energy saving and consumption prediction purposes, and services for a cooperative dynamic mobility planning (Car2X-communication).
Furthermore, it is planned to integrate the load management and demand side management into the market place that has been developed in the E-Energy project MeRegio. For this purpose, special attention during the development phase is paid to the interoperability of the technical infrastructure and the legal conformity of the services.

In addition to the evaluation of our concepts and methods in the laboratory and in a field test with a number of electric vehicles, extensive offline and online simulations will be carried out. Those simulations can examine e.g. scaling effects such as the impact of one million electric vehicles.
Furthermore, a continuous evaluation of the developed concepts is intended. Not only the designed business models and incentive systems are going to be evaluated economically and ecologically regarding the user group specifics, but also alternative concepts such as the use of backup batteries. A major focus will be put on the analysis of the resulting costs and benefits caused by these new ICT-based services for electric mobility.

Moreover, the impact of the use of mobile rechargeable batteries on network control are going to be studied in detail. The results of the evaluations will provide essential insights on the potential of an intelligent integration of electric mobility into the energy system.

Involved Persons
Florian Allerding, Andreas Kamper, Marc Mültin, Andreas Harth, Daniel Pathmaperuma, Andreas Wagner, Hartmut Schmeck, Rudi Studer


from: 1 Juli 2009
until: 1 Oktober 2011
Funding: AIFB, BMWi
Predecessing Project: MEREGIO


EnBW AGSAP ResearchDaimler AGRobert Bosch GmbHFraunhofer ISIAdam Opel AGStadtwerke Karlsruhe

Research Group

Efficient Algorithms, Web Science

Area of Research

Energy Informatics, Machine Learning, Ontology Engineering, Agent Systems, Optimization, Tele Applications, Theoretic Computer Science, Electronic Markets, Business Models, Law, Business Process Simulation

Publications Belonging to the Project
 - book
 - booklet
 - proceedings
 - techreport
 - deliverable
 - manual
 - misc
 - unpublished



Martin Schönfelder, Daniel Pathmaperuma, Ulrich Reiner, Wolf Fichtner, Hartmut Schmeck, Thomas Leibfried
Elektromobilität - Eine Chance zur verbesserten Netzintegration Erneuerbarer Energien
Umwelt Wirtschafts Forum (uwf), 17, (4), pages 373-380, November, 2009

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Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck
Organic smart Home - Architecture for Energy Management in Intelligent Buildings
Organic smart Home - Architecture for Energy Management in Intelligent Buildings, pages: 67-76, In Proc. Workshop Organic Computing OC'11, Karlsruhe, Germany, Juni, 2011

Florian Allerding, Marc Premm, Pradyumn Kumar Shukla, Hartmut Schmeck
Electrical Load Management in Smart Homes Using Evolutionary Algorithms
In Jin-Kao Hao and Martin Middendorf, Proceedings of the main European events on Evolutionary Computation, Springer, LNCS, Malaga, Spain, April, 2012

Florian Allerding, Birger Becker, Hartmut Schmeck
Integration intelligenter Steuerungskomponenten in reale smart-home-Umgebungen
In Klaus-Peter Fähnrich, Bogdan Franczyk, Informatik 2010 Service Science - Neue Perspektiven für die Informatik, pages: 455-460, Köllen Druck+Verlag GmbH, Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI), P-175, Bonn, September, 2010

Kaibin Bao, Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck
User behavior prediction for energy management in smart homes
Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery (FSKD), 2011 Eighth International Conference on, pages: 1335 - 1339, IEEE, 2, Shanghai, China, Juli, 2011

Birger Becker, Florian Allerding, Ulrich Reiner, Matthias Kahl, Urban Richter, Daniel Pathmaperuma, Hartmut Schmeck, Thomas Leibfried
Decentralised Energy-Management to Control Smart-Home Architectures
In Christian Müller-Schloer, Wolfgang Karl, and Sami Yehia, Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems (ARCS 2010), pages: 150-161, Springer, LNCS, 5974, Berlin Heidelberg, Februar, 2010

Birger Becker, Anna Kellerer, Hartmut Schmeck
User Interaction Interface for Energy Management in Smart Homes
Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE PES Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), IEEE, Washington, Januar, 2012

Christian Gitte, Jens Hartmann, Hartmut Schmeck
Kooperativer Ansatz zur Erschließung des vollen Lastverschiebungspotenzials von Elektrofahrzeugen
In Gesellschaft für Informatik, Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings, pages: 267, Köllen, GI-Edition, P-192, Bonn, Oktober, 2011

Sebastian Grässle, Birger Becker, Thomas Knapp, Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck, Andreas Wagner
Intelligent Control System for CHP-equipment in Smart-homes
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Microgeneration and Related Technologies, MICRoGEN'II, Glasgow, April, 2011

Andreas Harth, Sebastian Speiser
Scripting Problem-solving Agents in Decentralised Smart Grids
W3C Workshop on the Web of Things, W3C, Juni, 2014

Thomas Kaschub, Marc Mültin, Wolf Fichtner, Hartmut Schmeck, Alois Kessler
Intelligentes Laden von batterieelektrischen Fahrzeugen im Kontext eines Stadtviertels
VDE-Kongress 2010: E-Mobility, pages: 6, VDE Verlag, Leipzig, November, 2010

Ingo Mauser, Hartmut Schmeck
Tarife zur Flexibilisierung des Stromverbrauchs in Haushalten mit Energiemanagementsystemen
VDE-Kongress 2014 Smart Cities, VDE Verlag

Marc Mültin, Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck
Integration of Electric Vehicles in Smart Homes - An ICT-based Solution for V2G Scenarios
Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technolgies Conference, IEEE PES Power & Energy Society, Washington D.C., USA, Januar, 2012

Alexandra-Gwyn Paetz, Birger Becker, Wolf Fichtner, Hartmut Schmeck
Shifting Electricity Demand with Smart Home Technologies - An Experimental Study on User Acceptanc
Proceedings of the 30th USAEE / IAEE North American Conference, Online, Washington, Oktober, 2011

Ulrich Reiner, Thomas Leibfried, Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck
Potenzial rückspeisefähiger Elektrofahrzeuge und steuerbarer Verbraucher im Verteilnetz unter Verwendung eines dezentralen Energiemanagementsystems
In ETG, Internationaler ETG-Kongress 2009 (ETG-FB 118), pages: 329-334, VDE, Berlin-Offenbach, September, 2009

Ulrich Reiner, Matthias Kahl, Thomas Leibfried, Florian Allerding, Hartmut Schmeck
MeRegioMobil-Labor – Entwicklungsumgebung für zukünftige Smart-homes
Proceedings of the VDE Kongress Leipzig, VDE Verlag, November, 2010

Andreas Wagner, Sebastian Speiser, Oliver Raabe, Andreas Harth
Linked Data for a privacy-aware Smart Grid
In GI, Informatik für die Energiesysteme der Zukunft Workshop, INFORMATIK 2010, Springer, LNI, September, 2010

Andreas Wagner, Sebastian Speiser, Andreas Harth, Oliver Raabe, Eva Weis
Basic Privacy Principles for the Smart Grid
W3C Workshop on Privacy for Advanced Web APIs, -, Juli, 2010

Andreas Wagner, Martin Junghans, Sebastian Speiser, Andreas Harth
Privacy-aware Semantic Service Discovery for the Smart Energy Grid
8th Extended Semantic Web Conference, Springer, Iraklio, Crete, Mai, 2011

Andreas Wagner, Sebastian Speiser, Andreas Harth
Semantic Web Technologies for a Smart Energy Grid: Requirements and Challenges
ISWC 2010, Springer, November, 2010

Andreas Wagner, Darko Anicic, Roland Stühmer, Nenad Stojanovic, Andreas Harth, Rudi Studer
Linked Data and Complex Event Processing for the Smart Energy Grid
In Sören Auer,Stefan Decker,Manfred Hauswirth, Proc. of Linked Data in the Future Internet at the Future Internet Assembly, Ghent 16/17 Dec 2010, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 700, Dezember, 2010

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Christian Müller-Schloer, Hartmut Schmeck, Theo Ungerer
Organic Computing - A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems
Birkhäuser, Juni, 2011

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Florian Allerding, Birger Becker, Hartmut Schmeck
Decentralised Energy Management for Smart Homes
In Müller-Schloer, Christian and Schmeck, Hartmut and Ungerer, Theo, Organic Computing — A Paradigm Shift for Complex Systems, pages 605-607, Springer Basel, Vol. 1, 2011

Frank Eichinger, Daniel Pathmaperuma, Harald Vogt, Emmanuel Müller
Data Analysis Challenges in the Future Energy Domain
In Ting Yu, Nitesh Chawla, Simeon Simoff, Computational Intelligent Data Analysis for Sustainable Development, ch. 10, Taylor & Francis, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Series, London, Brighton, Basingstoke and Abingdon in the UK, New York and Philadelphia in the USA and Singapore and Melbourne in the Pacific Rim, 2012

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Florian Allerding
Organic Smart Home – Energiemanagement für intelligente Gebäude
Hartmut Schmeck; Wolf Fichtner, 2013/07/25, KIT, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften

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Florian Allerding, Christian Beilmann, Wolfgang Breh, Judith Bremer, Joachim Fuchs, Christian Gitte, Julian Hess, Christian Hirsch, Thomas Kohl, Simon Loskyll, Jörg Sauer, Susann Schäfer, Katharina Schätzler, Hartmut Schmeck, Thomas Schulenberg, Olaf Wollersheim, Karl-Friedrich Ziegahn, Birger Becker, Sebastian Gottwalt, Alexander Schuller
Die Weiterentwicklung der Energiewirtschaft in Baden-Württemberg bis 2025 unter Berücksichtigung der Liefer- und Preissicherheit
Studie im Auftrag der Baden-Württembergischer Industrie- und Handelskammertag, Januar, 2016

Birger Becker
Steuerung von smart-home-Architekturen unter Einbindung intelligenter elektrischer Verbraucher und mobiler Speicher
Diplomarbeit, November, 2009

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