EnVisaGe Plus continues the monitoring of implementation projects from the EnVisaGe project and addresses additional new research questions.
Three different research questions are the focus of this follow-up project to EnVisaGe:
1. monitoring and cross-comparison:
Through intensive monitoring of the implementation projects from the previous EnVisaGe project (plus energy neighborhood, Weihenbronn heating network, school electricity storage facility), the efficiency of the technologies and control strategies used are analyzed, optimization strategies are developed and evaluated in a cross-comparison with the Ludmilla Residential Park "+Eins" in Landshut.
2. Rural areas as an energy supplier for urban centers:
Coupling of intelligent system control (heat pumps and electricity storage) with yield forecasts for PV and wind systems. Connection to the virtual power plant of Stadtwerke Schwäbisch Hall, in order to serve as a rural "energy cell" from an "energetic belt" as an energy supplier for large-scale consumers in neighboring conurbations and to generate local added value.
3. Sustainable heating networks in rural areas:
Based on the two innovative heating networks implemented in EnVisaGe, the research team investigates how sustainable heating networks can be realized in rural areas. In addition to new LowEx heating network concepts with decentralized solar thermal feed-in or isolated solutions that can grow together to form networks, various innovative investment, participation and operating models are also being examined here that will allow municipal utilities to increasingly implement and profitably operate heating networks for rural areas in the future.
The results will be summarized in guidelines and published. Usable results will be implemented in cooperation with the municipality of Wüstenrot and the municipal utility of Schwäbisch Hall.
|Management||Dr. Dirk Pietruschka, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Coors, Prof. Dr. Tobias Popović|
|Partner||Hochschule München/Competence Center-Energieeffiziente Gebäude und Quartiere|
|Funding||Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi)|
|Programme||EnEff:Wärme und EnEff:Stadt|
|Duration||01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019 extend until 30.06.2021|