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Customer-specific solutions are always being developed in a wide range of industries, such as the automotive industry, mechanical engineering and secondary raw material recovery centers, as well as industrial metrology and sensor technology.
We offer our customers the advantage that they receive a consistent solution from planning to implementation from a single source. For this purpose, we offer a very broad range of project planning, which covers feasibility studies, potential analyzes, product design up to technology development and prototype realization. The always tailor-made solutions are characterized by pragmatic approaches in which efficiency, productivity and flexibility are in the foreground.
Project duration: December 2016 to November 2020
This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy
The starting point
According to the plans of the Federal Government, electricity generation in Germany should be up to 80 percent renewable energy by 2050. This development has become indispensable in terms of security of supply, value for money, public acceptance and climate and environmental protection. Unfortunately, due to the minimum load restrictions of combined heat and power systems (CHP), these energies have only limited control, so that on the one hand surplus energy can not be fully utilized and on the other hand increased amounts of energy can not be provided.
The challenge is therefore to make the energy generated from solar and wind energy storable, in order to synchronize them with the strongly fluctuating energy demand.
The project was funded by the Ministry of Economy and European Affairs of the State of Brandenburg and the EU. The responsibility for the content of the publication lies with the author. It forms an important contribution to a future secure and efficient energy system based on renewable energies. Since such a product is not yet on the market, both partners would have a time and technological lead in project realization.
Subproject of IBAR Systemtechnik GmbH:
“Development of a modular software tool for resource planning and control of” power to heat “systems for the efficient use of excess, otherwise unusable RE.”
Development focus is the programming technology development of energy-related algorithms and models into a software for the operational planning / control of P2H systems. ”
Subproject of BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg:
“Development of algorithms for the software tool of resource planning and control of” power to heat “systems for the efficient use of surplus, otherwise unusable RE.”
This R & D project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).