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Vanadium redox flow, new battery type on the market!

Makes electric independence more affordable and eco-friendlier than led and lithium. The European Union funded scientific work on Redox flow batteries already years ago. You might have heard of Redox Flow batteries. Maybe you have seen Barack Obama being proud of saying out loud vanadium flow battery in his interview. It seemed promising. But often […]

Low tech building with higher comfort

Immagine a building with 5% more rentable surface and higher standard. Immagine your tenants more satisfied, without mould problems and less investement. The base of wellbeing in housing is energy. Clever energy concepts bring shelter, drinking water, electricity for cooking and entertainment as well as fresh air with an enjoyable temperature. Radiators, floor heating ore […]

Photovoltaics, how it works, what it is made from and its efficiency

  The word Photovoltaic is a combination of the Greek word for light and the name of the physicist Allesandro Volta. It identifies the direct conversion of sunlight into energy by means of solar cell. The conversion process is based on the photoelectric effect discovered by Alexander Bequerel in 1839. The photoelectric effect describes the […]

How to build office buildings with long term satisfied users?

Nowadays transparent buildings with enormous glassing and extreme high internal loads by electric equipment are spread all over the globe. Even on the northern part these skyscrapers suffer more and more from over heating in summer. The precise cooling load calculation with accurate data is mendetory for modern and confortable buildings. Constructional requirements for office […]

Germany’s Transition to renewables

Andreas Esser is the Managing Director of Green-Energy-Scout called GES. He talks about Germany’s planned transition to renewable energy by 2030 and the changes involved. Germany gets rid of nuclear power. In the aftermath of the nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan, the government decided to gradually shift to an energy system based on […]