Flyer and Brochures - Building Energy Technology

  • Flyer: Heat Pumps

    October 2018 | Language: english

    Heating and cooling accounts for some 40% of Germany’s total fi nal energy consumption, with space heating and hot water responsible for over 80% of the energy consumed in households. This makes it imperative to cover heating demand – and, increasingly, cooling demand – as effi ciently and sustainably as possible. Heat pump technology has a key role to play in meeting these requirements.

    Flyer: Integrated Simulation of Complex Fenestration Systems

    February 2015 | Language: english

    Windows and façades play a crucial role in the overall energy performance of buildings with respect to daylight, solar heat gains and thermal losses. The optimal use of daylight to achieve low energy costs and visual comfort is one R&D focus at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE.

    Flyer: OpenMUC – Software Framework für Energiemanagement-Gateways

    March 2014 | Language: english

    Fluktuierende und dezentrale Energieerzeugung erfordern zunehmend die Koordination der Verbrauchsseite und die Nutzung vorhandener Flexibilitätsoptionen. Es entstehen neue Geschäftsmodelle und Märkte: Energiemanagement Gateways werden zur Vernetzung und Steuerung unterschiedlicher Anlagen, Sensoren, Zähler, Erzeugungsanlagen, steuerbarer Verbraucher, Feedbacksysteme und Netzinfrastruktur genutzt.

    Flyer: PV Home Storage Systems

    June 2013 | Language: english

    As part of the “urban hybrid energy storage“ project, the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE is working on the development of a cost-effective, reliable,  durable and scalable lithium battery system. The institute aims to create to a battery system which can be easily integrated into decentralized energy systems by optimizing the module and system design, the battery management as well as the appropriate interfaces.

    Brochure: Applied Optics and Functional Surfaces

    2011 | Language: english

    R&D in optical methods is required in many market segments of solar technologies, e. g. in solar cells, windows and façades, solar thermal collectors and concentrator systems. Our expertise is similarly needed in non-solar applications such as lighting and display technology.

  • Flyer: Integrated Simulation of Complex Fenestration Systems

    February 2015 | Language: english

    Windows and façades play a crucial role in the overall energy performance of buildings with respect to daylight, solar heat gains and thermal losses. The optimal use of daylight to achieve low energy costs and visual comfort is one R&D focus at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE.

    Brochure: Applied Optics and Functional Surfaces

    2011 | Language: english

    R&D in optical methods is required in many market segments of solar technologies, e. g. in solar cells, windows and façades, solar thermal collectors and concentrator systems. Our expertise is similarly needed in non-solar applications such as lighting and display technology.

  • Flyer: Heat Pumps

    October 2018 | Language: english

    Heating and cooling accounts for some 40% of Germany’s total fi nal energy consumption, with space heating and hot water responsible for over 80% of the energy consumed in households. This makes it imperative to cover heating demand – and, increasingly, cooling demand – as effi ciently and sustainably as possible. Heat pump technology has a key role to play in meeting these requirements.

  • Flyer: OpenMUC – Software Framework für Energiemanagement-Gateways

    March 2014 | Language: english

    Fluktuierende und dezentrale Energieerzeugung erfordern zunehmend die Koordination der Verbrauchsseite und die Nutzung vorhandener Flexibilitätsoptionen. Es entstehen neue Geschäftsmodelle und Märkte: Energiemanagement Gateways werden zur Vernetzung und Steuerung unterschiedlicher Anlagen, Sensoren, Zähler, Erzeugungsanlagen, steuerbarer Verbraucher, Feedbacksysteme und Netzinfrastruktur genutzt.

    Flyer: PV Home Storage Systems

    June 2013 | Language: english

    As part of the “urban hybrid energy storage“ project, the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE is working on the development of a cost-effective, reliable,  durable and scalable lithium battery system. The institute aims to create to a battery system which can be easily integrated into decentralized energy systems by optimizing the module and system design, the battery management as well as the appropriate interfaces.