Kieback&Peter Integrates renewable Energy into Building Automation

According to the plans of the European Union, up to 20 percent of energy consumption will come from renewable energy sources by 2020.  Even today, in many buildings, locally generated energy comes from renewable energy sources, such as photovoltaic systems, solar thermal, geothermal and biomass. This helps protect the environment, conserve resources and reduce CO2 emissions.

Many Years of Experience

There are two crucial aspects to the energy and environmental balances of "Green" buildings: On one hand, the use of energy from renewable resources, on the other, a low energy consumption through energy efficiency.

Building automation solutions from Kieback&Peter support both.

Kieback&Peter has gathered successful experience in numerous projects from facilities which produce energy to renewable resources to integrate into building automation systems, geothermal heat pumps to solar systems to storage tanks for the storage of thermal energy.  For energy consumption and, ultimately, high energy efficiency, building automation ensures the optimization of plant operation and on-demand distribution of energy in the building.

Comprehensive Integration

The environmentally friendly-energy generation systems should also be able to efficiently run and regulate, visibly monitor and operate themselves. The foundation for this is the most comprehensive integration of systems in building automation and in the building management system. Where more equipment is installed, the building automation system always picks, the most environmentally friendly or cost efficient source of energy.

Energy consumption in buildings can be analyzed with the software package "Energy Management" and optimized continuously on the basis of data analysis.






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