Innovative Energielösungen – entwickelt aus Wissenschaft und Technologie

Hier informieren wir Sie über die Projekte der EOS Sustainable Energy Solutions GmbH

1. Intelligentes Gebäudeenergie Management System (Intelligent Building Energy Management System)

This R&D (Research and Development) project is granted to EOS Sustainable Energy Solutions GmbH by the State of Lower Saxony Innovation Support Program (Niedersächsischen Innovationsförderprogramms) which is funded by Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport of State of Lower Saxony-Germany (Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Verkehr), Ministry for Environment, Energy and Climate Protection of State of Lower Saxony-Germany (Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Umwelt, Energie und Klimaschutz), Investment and Support Bank of State of Lower Saxony Nbank (Investitions- und Förderbank Niedersachsen – NBank) and European Union. The project covers the development of an intelligent software for optimization of building energy consumption.

  • Project Duration: 2014-2016
  • Project Budget: ~ 400.000 €
  • Funding Agency: State of Lower Saxony, Germany.

2. Integrated Energy Generation and Management System for Building Energy Use

The R&D project is granted to EOS by the Enterprise Europe Network which is a European Union institution providing support for the European SMEs. The research project involves the development of an integrated system infrastructure integrating sensors and actuators developed within the company and integrated renewable energy generation systems such as solar PV panels, wind turbines and batteries and methanol based fuel-cells in order to develop a Zero Plus Building.

  • Duration: 2013-2015
  • Budget: ~ $ 400.000
  • Funding Agency: Enterprise Europe Network.

3. Indigenous Hardware Development for Energy Efficient Building Operations.

The R&D project is granted to the EOS by the National Scientific and Technological Research Council. The project covers the development of 15 different wireless embedded system components targeting sensors and control units for energy optimized building operations. Moreover developing a new type of indigenous wireless communication protocol is targeted with this project.

  • Project Duration: 2014-2016
  • Project Budget: ~ 800.000 €
  • Funding Agency: The National Scientific and Technological Research Council.

4. Hybrid System Architecture for Energy-Plus Buildings.

The R&D project is granted to the EOS by the Enterprise Europe Network which is a European Union institution providing support for the European SMEs. The research project involves the development of a hybrid system infrastructure combining the different renewable energy generation systems such as solar PV panels, wind turbines, geothermal heat pumps and PEM fuel cell systems in order to develop a Energy´-Plus Building.

  • Project Duration: 2014-2016
  • Project Budget: ~ 400.000 €
  • Funding Agency: Enterprise Europe Network.

5. Intelligent Services for Energy Efficient Smart Cities.

The R&D project is granted to the EOS by the National Scientific and Technological Research Council. The research project aims to develop a software and hardware solution to monitor and analyse real time energy performance of multiple building units.

  • Project Duration: 2013-2015
  • Project Budget: ~ 300.000 €
  • Funding Agency: The National Scientific and Technological Research Council.

6. Artificial Intelligence for Energy Efficient Smart Buildings and Cities.

The R&D project is granted to the EOS by the Enterprise Europe Network which is a European Union institution providing support for the European SMEs. In this research project it is aimed to develop self-learning artificial intelligence algorithms to optimise energy consumption of single and multiple building units.

  • Project Duration: 2013-2015
  • Project Budget: ~ 300.000 €
  • Funding Agency: Enterprise Europe Network.

7. Technological Strategy Development and Feasibility Analysis for the Development of a Polymer Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) based Electric Vehicle Platform.

This project is carried out by the EOS R&D Department in order to create a road-map for designing and developing a Polymer Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) based Electric Vehicle Platform. The project consists of vehicle chassis development using ultra-light composite materials such as 3D Reinforced Composite Sandwich Panels, development of PMAC (Permanent Magnet Alternating Current) electric motors, electric vehicle drive train systems, PEM Fuel-Cell based range extender modules, energy storage systems, battery management system (BMS) and vehicle management systems.

  • Project Duration: 2014-2016
  • Project Budget: ~ 100.000 €
  • Technology Partners: ECOMOVE, SERENERGY.