Energy self-supplying system: system variability and variations / Component options:


A significant feature of the energy self-supplying systems is its variability which can be adjusted to every building, every weather condition (land, wind, sun etc) and also to the requirements of the customer.


The energy self-supplying system can be flexibly created and varied in the following two main areas:


  1. Regenerative primary energy sources: individual and optimum selection options according to the local conditions
  2. System: individual and optimal formats of the technical unit components / modules in accordance with customer’s needs or desire



Number 1.: Regenerative primary energy sources


Especially sun energy, wind energy, if appropriate biomass energy, if appropriate hydropower are considered as primary energy sources for supply.


For most building owners with energy self-supplying system following primary energy sources are considered:

  • Pure sun energy (photovoltaic)
  • Sun and wind energy (hybrid system, photovoltaic and house wind- or small wind turbine)
  • Pure wind energy (house wind- and small wind turbines)


Following parameters have to be discussed when determining and choosing the proper primary energy sources:

  • Is it possible to reach an average more than 80 % of the nominal capacity of the house wind turbine or small wind turbine on location? (“windy area”, pre determination through data of the National Weather Service?)
  • How high is the sun radiation? Where respectively how can the photovoltaic modules be installed on the buildings or yard?
  • Are there potentially other local energy sources (e. g. hydropower through adjacent stream)?
  • How much energy is needed for the building heat output (insulation house, glassing, existing heating system etc)?
  • How high is the need for hot water?
  • How high are the total electricity costs?



Number 2.: System: component options


Other than the choice of the available economically useful regenerative energy sources, following separate system variations respectively installations and expansions are especially appropriate, recommended and practicable for the self-supplying system:


  • Energy self-supplying system with or without heating support. On demand with 100 % heating output self-supply
  • Energy self-supplying system with or without warm water treatment support. On demand with 100 % warm water output self-supply
  • Energy self-supplying system with or without electricity storage circulation. Electricity storage volume individually expandable
  • Energy self-supplying system with or without re-supply of the electricity output into the public electricity net (“energy feed-in rate")
  • Energy self-supplying system also as isolated solution available “Off-Grid” for remote lots respectively buildings without a connection to the public electricity net


As you can see, almost all wishes and requirements of the customers can be met.
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