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    News 26.07.2018

    National 5G Energy Hub project launched

    Last week, TU Dresden officially launched the long-term National 5G Energy Hub research project. This is aimed at making the future 5G mobile standard usable for applications in energy technology. Project partners are TU Dresden in cooperation with RWTH Aachen, Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson. In addition, the associated partners Techem, VDZ, E.ON and the city of Dresden are also involved.  more...
     

    Network-neutral energy-plus district Geretsried

    Researchers at Munich University of Applied Sciences and TU Dresden have developed an innovative energy concept for an energy-plus district, which is to be implemented in the “Neue Mitte” of Geretsried (Bavaria) by the end of 2019. The concept combines the utilisation of different energy technologies with the goal of electrical network neutrality, i.e. maximising own coverage of electricity requirements and own use of the generated electricity.  more...
     

    Heat supply – solar-active and grid-connected

    Since autumn 2016, a new passive house residential neighbourhood has been under construction at the science and technology site Berlin Adlershof. It is connected to the return feed of an existing district heating network and feeds in the solar heat generated inside the district. The project is the subject of extensive research.  more...
     
    News 05.06.2018

    Testing climate-neutral districts in the real-world laboratory

    How can energy efficiency measures and the utilisation of renewable energy sources enable districts to get by with virtually no fossil fuel? How can smart networking of power, heat and mobility be achieved? Scientists and other stakeholders are investigating these questions in six flagship projects. Initial results and local challenges were outlined by the research teams in a panel discussion at the Berliner Energietage conference.  more...
     

    Multidisciplinary energy efficient production

    The closing event of the “ETA Factory” research project took place at TU Darmstadt on 11 April 2018. In the course of the project, a multidisciplinary research group was able to demonstrate the feasibility of energy savings of up to 40 percent in industrial production. The jointly planned research factory saw researchers optimise and network energy flows in production and within the building.  more...
     

    District heating network becomes heat hub

    The Brandenburg town of Hennigsdorf wants to increase the climate-neutral share of heat in its district heating network to 80 per cent within five years. To achieve this, the municipal utility company is planning to integrate the waste heat from the local steelworks and large solar thermal collectors into the network. A multifunctional, large-capacity heat storage system is intended to provide the necessary flexibility. The concept is ready and the implementation has already started in 2017. Hennigsdorf is therefore acting as a real-life laboratory for ensuring the renewable future of the heating provision.  more...
     
    News 07.03.2018

    From air base to residential neighbourhood

    A new residential district is being built on the site of a former air base in Oldenburg. In addition to new buildings, some of the former barracks buildings will be preserved and converted into residential buildings. A new infrastructure concept is planned that will couple the electricity, heating/cooling and electromobility sectors and integrate them into a cross-sectoral supply network. In addition, the project partners are developing a digital service platform to provide intelligent load and procurement management at the district level.  more...
     

    When are flexible district heating systems beneficial?

    The integration of thermal storage in cogeneration plants leads to more flexibility in district heating networks because the power generation can be better adapted to the power requirements. Power-to-heat systems couple the electricity and heating sectors to utilise renewable electricity for district heating. Together with partners from science and industry, researchers at the TU Berlin have investigated when the construction of heat storage and power-to-heat systems can be economically and ecologically beneficial.  more...
     

    “Solar thermal energy is becoming an integral part of district heating”

    Traditional district heating is converging with solar thermal energy: researchers and engineers presented new technologies for integrating solar thermal systems into the heating provision at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy's status workshop entitled “Solar thermal energy in district heating”, which was held at the end of September in Dresden. In addition, the workshop also provided insights into current developments in Europe and worldwide.  more...
     

    Web portal for energy-optimised buildings and districts

    The website of the ENERGIEWENDEBAUEN research initiative is now online. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is bundling its long-standing subsidy measures entitled Energy Optimized Building, Energy-Efficient City and Energy-Efficient Heating and Cooling Networks, and also research on thermal energy storage and low-temperature solar thermal energy systems in the redesigned research initiative. They are being brought together under one umbrella initiative.  more...
     

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