The German Grid Code: new regulations

The German rules for grid parallel electric power production was updated in 2018 according to European Grid Code NC RfG. This means that all generator and grid protective systems in Germany will have to comply within 1-year after the date of release.

In this two-part series webinar, you will learn about the basics of the new German rules for grid parallel electric power production and how DEIF's solution can help you meet the new requirements.

In the first webinar, you will learn about the basics of the new German rules for grid parallel electric power production. And in the follw-up webinar you will learn about how to comply with a VDE compliant solution.

The webinars

Save your seat in time for these free webinars on German grid code. The first webinar is held on 13 March and the second one on 2 April. Read more about the speakers below.

Jan M Jacobsen

Product Manager Jan M. Jacobsen is responsible for engine communication interfaces across the DEIF controller range (primarily CAN bus J1939), engine manufacturers and key account customers. With a background as a marine engineer and more than 20 years of employment at DEIF, Jan has profound knowledge on power management and he is dedicated to providing user-friendly products and solution that fill customers' needs.

+45 9614 9635 |

Ulli Zürn 

Ulli Zürn is Application Engineer for Service and Support Team, German and for the last four years he has been testing grid codes applications. With over 10 year's experience in the power industry, Ulli knows all there is to know about how to make solutions that fit your needs.

+49 (0) 6251 1756 120 |