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EnVisaGe Plus EnVisaGe – Communal net based energy supply– Vision 2020 on the example of the Community Wüstenrot, project phase III. Monitoring, control optimization and further analyses and implementations for a smart electricity grid and new built district heating systems  <<

Akronym EnVisaGe Plus
Funding Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi)
Request for Proposal EnEff:Stadt: Energieeffiziente Stadt - Gebäude und Energieversorgung
Supporting Organisation Projektträger Jülich (PtJ)
HFT project director Dr.  Dirk Pietruschka, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Coors, Prof. Dr. Tobias Popović
Project Staff M.Eng. Pilar Monsalvete Álvarez de Uribarri, Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Ruben Pesch, Dr. Dirk Pietruschka, M.Sc. Maryam Zirak
Project partners Hochschule München/Competence Center-Energieeffiziente Gebäude und Quartiere
Duration 01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019
Project description 1. Monitoring and performance analysis: Monitoring data of the realized demonstration sites of EnVisaGe (Plus energy district, biomass and solar driven heating grid, larger battery in the School building) are analyzed to evaluate the efficiency of the technologies installed. From theses analyses optimization measures in the intelligent control are proposed and implemented. Comparison to the system performance of the plus energy settlement Ludmilla Wohnpark in Landshut. 2. Rural settlements as energy suppliers for higher populated towns: Combination of intelligent energy system control with weather forecast based prediction of local PV and wind energy production and their integration in the virtual power plant of Stadtwerke Schwäbisch Hall. The goal is to provide surplus electricity from ‚urban energy cells‘ to larger consumers in higher populated areas. 3. Sustainable heating grid concepts for rural areas: Starting from the experiences gained from the two innovative heating grids realized within the EnVisaGe new promising heating grid concepts for rural settlements with low building density are developed. This includes low exergy heating grid solutions with feed in of solar thermal heat or small heating grids as ‘cellular island solutions’ which can grow to large heating networks. Evaluation of innovative investment, shareholder and operator concepts.
Keywords Plus-energy conceptions, low-ex heating grid solutions, intelligent energy systems, energy storage, sector interaction, heating grid concepts for rural areas