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IRENE - final key statements

1) The expected (or estimated) number of electric vehicles for the year 2020 can be operated in comparable grids without any additional grid extension.

2) Active distribution grids with real-time measurement and control can significantly save costs for grid extension, and can help to increase the grid’s capacity for renewable in-feed considerably.

3) Efficient and stable control of a smart grid is possible without a complex smart metering infrastructure.

Battery storage systems provide several new opportunities for grid operation, whereas, to date, they do not provide a viable economic approach for voltage- or power issues without including additional use cases.

5) Standardized solutions can be utilized in various use cases, although, the necessary smart grid requirements are, to date, not yet completely supported.