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Press Briefing Energy and Building Technology in Stuttgart (Germany)

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  • June 05, 2014
  • Business/economy
  • Press kit
  • Images: 9
  • Videos: 4
  • Press releases: 6

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Bosch Energy and Building Technology Smart Bosch solutions for energy-efficient, comfortable, and secure buildings Software, sensor technology, and storage systems for decentralized energy systems

  • Energy costs and regulatory measures have spurred market growth
  • Residential and commercial buildings, services in focus
  • Bosch combines systems know-how with expertise in software, sensor technology, and storage systems for decentralized energy systems

Intersolar Europe 2014: Bosch presents innovative solutions for decentralized energy systems Best use of renewable energy via a range of storage technologies

  • Smart connectivity for heat pumps and photovoltaic systems
  • Controlling highly efficient air/water heat pumps via smartphone
  • Electricity storage system for pioneering housing complex

An ideal combination: high-power and high-energy Double battery for energy storage facility in Braderup Highly flexible management of wind power

  • Expansion of existing community wind farm project
  • Hybrid system combines lithium-ion and vanadium redox flow batteries
  • Rapid availability and long-term storage

Energy harvesting for the internet of things Electricity out of (apparently) thin air Wireless sensors draw power from the environment

  • Billions of tiny sensors need power
  • Unusual sources: body heat, vibrations, pressure
  • Maintenance-free over long periods

For more information online:
Bosch combined heat and power systems
Bosch ORC systems
Global service center solution for Lufthansa Cargo
Bosch Secure Truck Parking - Safety for driver and vehicle
Bosch supplies energy storage system for forward-looking residential building
How energy storage systems are contributing to the transition toward alternative sources of energy

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