Schematic diagram of the Grünheide energy concept: The energy center (left field outlined in green) contains four air-source heat pumps connected in cascade, each with an output of 180 kW. On the building side (right field), the generated heat is used for floor heating. The electric reheating of the domestic hot water is done electrically with the power of solar electricity. Decentralized battery storage systems ensure that energy supply and demand are balanced. (Source: Reich + Hölscher Engineering Office)
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Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning
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Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning, Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
Michael Kapke, Reich und Hölscher
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Dipl.-Ing. Michael Kapke, owner of the engineering office Reich + Hölscher, Bielefeld