The energy transition is a necessary step towards curbing climate change. In order to make the scenarios and measures involved in this visible, the WindNODE energy cockpit got off the ground in a collaboration between the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau and enersis europe.
Within this, aspects relating to district renovation were supplemented with network topics and the influences of the energy transition were simulated and made tangible.
SQM HEATED RESIDENTIAL SPACE
- July 2017 to 2020
- Creation of individual and financeable renovation road maps for (residential) buildings
- Simulation of renovation measures that can be implemented in a socially acceptable way and are thus affordable in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the necessary investments by 2050
- Selection of the optimum measures to achieve the CO2 objectives for the existing buildings and at a municipal level
- Simulation of interventions into the heating market, support measures and pricing scenarios
- The WindNODE energy cockpit provides load scenarios for both the low-voltage and high-voltage networks
- Renovation road maps are shown for the districts Marienthal and Prenzlauer Berg
- Simulation options to evaluate the influence of renewable energies and the growth of electromobility
- Provision of the energy cockpit for WindNODE partners
- Use for communication and further education as well as networking with the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau
WindNODE energy cockpit
Simulations of the influence of the energy transition
Clip length (17:48 min)
Big data becomes smart data
This energy portal is part of the complete digital ecosystem for planning and simulating complete decarbonisation.