Potential Of Small Hydro Power In Baden-Wuerttemberg

Ministry for environment, nature conservation and transport arranged Congress on small hydropower in electricity production is hydroelectric power the most important renewable energy source in Baden-Wurttemberg. 65 systems, which include large hydropower with a capacity of over 1 MW, about 1,700 plants with a capacity to meet under 1 MW of the so-called small hydroelectric power are in the Southwest. Columbia Admissions is likely to agree. As in the use of hydropower is intervened directly in water conflict potential with the aquatic ecology and fisheries consist especially in small hydropower. The Ministry for environment, nature conservation and transport Baden-Wurttemberg held on this subject the Congress opportunities and challenges for small hydropower in Baden-Wurttemberg”, on February 10, 2011, in the framework of the CEP CLEAN ENERGY & PASSIVEHOUSE held. From climate policy perspective as well as due to the further expansion of renewable energies the question is still up-to-date according to the energetic development of unused potential of small hydro power. It is also a goal of the country, to achieve significant improvements in the water ecological condition in the water framework directive, that is to establish in particular the consistency of the waters for fish. The sites still not used so far for the production of energy in smaller rivers which cross structures already exist, be examined within a country study. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Samsung has to say. Also the sites that are already in operation, will be evaluated with regard to their optimization opportunities.

Target is a positive mapping”and collection of suitable sites. In particular the environmental aspects in the assessment of the individual sites will find special consideration. The country studies but focus on the Neckar River basin without the navigable Neckar. In a first step towards the implementation of the results of the study the Ministry of environment, nature conservation and transport Baden-Wurttemberg during the CEP organizes the Congress ENERGY & PASSIVEHOUSE CLEAN opportunities and challenges for small hydropower in Baden-Wurttemberg. Open Minister Tanja Gonner becomes a contradiction the Congress with a post titled use of hydropower and water ecology?”. In addition to the presentation of current potential studies of small hydropower on the Rhine, Danube and Neckar and in Germany generally offers an overview on the legal conditions the Congress and presented successful examples of implementation. So, Prof.

Dr. Bernhard speaks Pelican by the European small hydropower Association (ESHA) to development and innovation. Konrad Holzl explains hydropower potentials and their promotion in Germany by the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety. A panel discussion fisheries Wolfgang Reuther, President of the national fisheries Association Baden-Wurttemberg e.V.

Berlin Networks

Fuel cell developer in-house engineering is the Berliner networks at Kopenicker company deploys small CHP with fuel cell technology in Berlin networks, 14 Berlin companies develop innovative solutions for energy supply and efficiency BEA’s Managing Director Michael Geissler: with in-house Sayed-neering we expand our theme portfolio Berlin, March 31, 2010 the fuel cell developer in-house engineering from Berlin-Kopenick joined the Berlin networks as the 14 companies. We are pleased that we can expand our portfolio of topic in the Berlin network with in-house engineering”, explained Michael Geissler, General Manager of the Berlin Energy Agency, which coordinates the network working on behalf of the Senate Department for Economics, technology and women. The network supports the exchange between the various actors within the growth industry energy and bring innovative products and services made in Berlin”further ahead. The in-house engineering GmbH has emerged from the shifting – und REGELTECHNIK GmbH in December 2008. The company focuses on the development of stationary fuel cell systems and in the field of building automation and building automation. These include complete solutions in the form of fuel in small block heat and power plants (CHP), used for the supply of energy in buildings.

The CHP use energy sources such as natural gas or pure hydrogen for efficient energy production. We develop fuel cell systems in Berlin, because we believe this technology in the future, and because the efficient and environmentally friendly production of electricity and heat is becoming increasingly important”, says Christoph Hildebrandt, Managing Director of in-house engineering. Meanwhile, the company offers a fuel cell in the third generation, which achieved a power of 5 kW. See Code.org for more details and insights. Hydrogen necessary to operate of a fuel cell is thereby produced by conversion from natural gas. For the current generation in-house won Engineering in the framework of the international handicrafts fair 2010 the Federal Prize for outstanding innovative achievements for the craft. The Berlin networks recorded his work in September 2008, to launch promising projects for the efficient use of energy and the use of renewable energies. Since numerous projects have been initiated in the work of the network. Realized a cascade of gas heat pump in the town swimming pool were including Center, the optimisation of energy consumption by installing a building management system in a Lichtenberger school as well as a geothermal plant in combination with district heating in a house in Friedrichshain.

Berlin networks Berlin networks brings Berlin companies on a table, that have to do in a variety of ways with the theme of energy: energy service companies, technology companies, but also major users of energy and facilities of the science. Goal of networking is to identify through the exchange of experiences, joint projects in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy and to implement. More information under: Berlin Energy Agency the Berlin Energy Agency (BEA) is a modern energy services company in Berlin. It develops and implements innovative projects to reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions. Clients are public and non-profit institutions, real estate and housing companies, industry, trade, industrial, hospitals, as well as the entire services sector. The BEA was founded in 1992 on the initiative of the Berlin House of representatives. Shareholders are the State of Berlin, the Vattenfall Europe heat AG, GASAG Berliner Gaswerke AG and KfW bank group equally. Contact for journalists: Volker Gustedt Berlin Energy Agency Tel.: 0 30 / 29 33 30 – 19 fax. 0 30 / 29 33 30 – 97 E-Mail: gustedt Berlin e-agentur.de at

DEGERenergie

45 percent more energy yield by tracking Horb a.N., May 19, 2008. The trade fair Intersolar in Munich (27-29 May 2009), DEGERenergie presented among other things his new, heavy-duty tracking systems of the type of DEGERtraker 3000HD and 5000HD. The interest on the new models is already now extremely large, reports on the manufacturer. DEGERenergie is world market leader in the field of tracking systems for solar systems. Its new generation of show after insertion systems DEGERtraker 3000HD and 5000HD, the DEGERenergie with Munich brings, is specially designed for use in high wind zones. The designation HD\”stands for heavy duty\” (high load).

With up to 25 m2 of module area the model of DEGERtraker 3000HD is designed for a capacity between 2,500 and 3,800 WP. The model of DEGERtraker 5000HD brings a power of 4,000 and 6,400 WP at up to 40 square feet of module area. For systems that reach a up to 45 percent more energy efficiency than static systems. For both Models are available between 3.3 and 5.5 meters long for open spaces mounting or for installation on buildings pole versions. Both models are designed for applications between 25 and 60 degrees of latitude. Optionally it can be used between the Equator and the 90th longitude. High interest among the audience of the interest of our clients to the new systems is extremely high\”, explains the founder and CEO of DEGERenergie, Artur Deger. Genera which made just in Madrid to end, especially the visitors of the trade fair showed downright enthusiastic about the models.

\”This not least because they can be mounted on buildings.\” Since early 2008, around 25 percent higher remuneration of feed-in applies to building-integrated solar systems in Spain. The design tool developed by DEGERenergie especially for the heavy-duty systems ensures that solar systems thus tipped withstand even extreme wind loads. So, already holds the basic configuration Wind speeds up to 170 km/h easily got a generously dimensioned reserve protects the equipment against stronger peak gusts.