Klaus Müller, head of the Federal Grid Agency, warns that the growing number of charging stations for electric cars and heat pumps in Germany may overload power grids. Plans to ration energy supplies are due to come into effect on January 1, 2024
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“If we don’t act, there is a fear that installing more and more heat pumps and charging stations will lead to an overload on the electricity grids and local blackouts,” he told the Frankfurter Sonntagszeitung. Klaus Müller, head of the Federal Network Agency.
Low voltage local networks are particularly susceptible to interference. Therefore, the agency has published guidelines How to temporarily ration electricity For heat pumps and electric vehicle charging stations during periods of high network load. Network operators will have to restrict power supplies to these devices in a centrally coordinated manner. “Energy rationing plans are due to take effect on January 1, 2024,” the FAS reports.
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“But it shouldn’t have happened.” Complete separation of heating and charging station. “We want to guarantee a minimum supply at all times,” emphasized Klaus Müller.
Thomas König, CEO of Dusseldorf-based energy company EON, called for great importance Accelerate the expansion and modernization of local and regional energy networks.
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