Over six days, students from Offenburg University of Applied Sciences and vocational students from the Richard Fehrenbach Gewerbeschule (Richard Fehrenbach Vocational School) created an information point from a sea container as part of the "SHK4FutureEnergysystems" project initiated by Fraunhofer ISE, which highlights innovative supply technology elements and illustrates how they work for teaching and recruiting young talents in the field of sanitary, heating and air-conditioning. The result is an energy self-sufficient Tiny House with a smart networked and digitally controlled energy supply system.
The following elements of supply engineering are used in the information point:
- Hybrid solar thermal and photovoltaic modules
- Off-grid battery storage system
- Reversible heat pump for heating and cooling
- Control systems for surface temperatures of ceilings and floors
- Decentralized ventilation system
- Smart Home technology for monitoring energy flows
The joint restructuring process of students and trainees was a central component of the overarching project EnEff2050Begleit on the subject of knowledge transfer between crafts and research.
The following short film gives an impression of the construction process and the entire project: