Lecture: Regulation of Power Supply

Cancellation of the lecture (SoSe21 only), the exam takes place.

There is no lecture for this term. However, the slides from the last summer semester have been uploaded to the Moodle course. Students can teach themselves the content. The exam has not been canceled and will take place as usual in this summer semester.

Course Lecture (Master)
Module owner Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jutta Hanson
Support
Term
Work load
Credit Points
Summer semester
90 h
3 CP
Time will be communicated in Moodle
Place will be communicated in Moodle
Module Content
  • Structure of the German energy economy with focus on electrical power supply
  • Changes in the regulatory framework (unbundling, grid regulation)
  • Effects of the “Energiewende” on the energy economy in Germany
  • Energy turnaround: technologies, energy balance
  • Renewable energy law (EEG)
  • Incentive regulation (“Anreizregulierung”)
  • Excursion to Mainova AG
Competences After successful completion of this module, the students will gain knowledge on the basics, the driving forces and the consecutive developments of the German energy economy. They also gain a fresh perspective regarding the effects of the German “Energiewende” and the necessary technical changes for the energy sector.
Prerequisites none
Material Learning material will be available in Moodle (Registration via TUCaN is required!)
Exam The exam date will be announced via Moodle.

Hints:
The registration for the written exam takes place via the TUCaN system. If the registration via TUCaN is not possible, please contact your study office. The participation is only possible after registration. For reasons of spatial planning, this is also necessary for Business Administration/Industrial Engineering students. The registration deadline for the written exams is up to 1 month, and cancellation up to 8 days before the exam date.
Guest lectures, Excursions Will be announced during the lectures.