State-of-the-Art Energy Management
STATE OF THE ART ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY USING SUN POWERED STERLING ENGINES: The potential market for energy management systems and control units using sun powered sterling engines for heating and air conditioning (HVAC) in commercial and industrial buildings is tremendous. The German company offering this technology is renowned for inventiveness and expertise in thermodynamic and engine design. The main philosophy of the company is to integrate various technical disciplines into systems which are state-of-the-art but at the same time simple, reliable and cost-efficient. This has led to a substantial number of patents and prototypes. Many of them have received public awards and have drawn considerable attention. The company is a well recognized and valued partner of famous international research institutes. The company develops and offers sales and construction services for heat pumps and the new generation of volume flow controlled pump devices. Revolutionary medium-temperature solar engines were introduced by the company into the systems recently in order to satisfy the enormous market demand for efficient co-generation of waste heat down to 250 deg C. The target partners for the company are architects, engineering offices, service and control companies and OEM manufacturers: heat-/HVAC-ventilation engineering companies; installation companies; companies in the field of energy saving technologies. They would be existing, financially strong, very skilled manufacturing and engineering companies with proven domestic market access, market coverage with a handling volume not less than US$ 5 million. CONTACT DETAILS: "Mr. Peter Seroka, PGS Peter G Seroka & Partners. Sandweg 53, D-60316 Frankfurt, Germany. Tel: (49-69) 495 15; Fax:(49-69) 497 0942; E-mail: [email protected]"
Sector: Energy
Country: India
Area of Application: Power to heat conversion systems, working temperature 10 to 60 deg C, efficiency COP 3.5-6.5, a 7-20 kW modular power units system: find applications in residential, commercial and industrial space heating; Medium temperature solar engine (from 1998), waste heat to power conversion, down to 250 deg C, efficiency 35%, 3-20 kW modular power units systems: find applications in industrial co-generation of waste heat; New worldwide patented energy saving control unit, cost saving potential up to 80%, 50 W to 100 kW modular power units system: find applications in control units used for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAG) in commercial and industrial buildings; Control unit for sun tracking systems: applications for control of any motor driven sun tracking system.
Keywords: energy, management, sun, sterling, power, engine
Advantages: State-of-the-art technology; Great market potential High efficiency; Energy saving, waste heat recovery, cost saving; Renewable energy utilization (solar energy)
Environmental aspects: Cleaner Production , Waste utilization, Energy efficiency
Development Status: Fully Commercialized
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Technical specifications: Main system, using heat pumps, fully commercialised in Europe: 150 million kW power saved annually during 1996 by more than 1000 installed pump control devices; industrial growth rate more than 30%.
Transfer Terms: Consultancy , Technology Licensing
Target Countries: World Wide
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