StroPa System

Grant now officially confirmed amounting to just under 600,000 over half a year ago Fatah has received a memorandum of understanding for the promotion of a project concerning the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles system by the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology. After an extensive examination of the funding application, the positive decision of the German Bundestag, to financially support the development of the current parking software finally fell. This was confirmed in the form of an official grant decision and Fatah therefore receives a grant from the federal budget system for the duration of the project management plan of the Fund of investment and sinking fund (ITF) “.” “The funding application submitted for it was referring to the BMWi tender Stromwirtschaftliche key elements: storage, networks, integration” for the area of the grid integration concepts. The sponsored project which involves the project: current parking for electric vehicles concepts,. “Test bench and pilot plant (StroPa) or to the sub-projects: developing appropriate charging stations and their control system”. The implementation of the StroPa project is done in collaboration with following federated partners: juwi R & D research & Development GmbH & co. KG GmbH & co. KG, Worrstadt Fraunhofer Society for the advancement of applied research E.v., Munich GIP AG Institute, Mainz Technical University Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern goal is research the creation of a test system used under real-world conditions, in which the three areas of electric vehicles, renewable energy and Smart grids combine perfectly with each other and complement each other.

The project of the Consortium should be completed by mid-2011.