Energy – efficient and cost-effective II

01.02.2018 – Solutions for the hospitality industry and nursing facilities

The energy supply is a key issue – afflicted by uncertainty about costs and the legislative framework – for enterprises. The workshop „Energy – efficient and cost-effective“ in Kiel aimed to discuss potentials and chances of this issue to provide enterprises with clean energy and predictable costs.

The workshop focussed on the sustainable supply of heat and warm water, especially overall concepts and the use of renewables. Concepts and technology have been explained with help of best-practise examples and consolidated during an open dialogue.

Cooperation partner: watt 2.0

Program in German


Praxisbeispiel: Strom und Wärme selber machen: BHKW
Bert Hansen, Senertec GmbH

Praxisbeispiel: Optimaler „Kostensparer“: Solarthermische Anlagen im Gastro- und Hotellerie-Gewerbe
Björn Jacobsen, S.A.T. GmbH & Co KG

Am Anfang war das Wort: Energiekonzeption
Jan Schmitz, Recase Regenerative Energien GmbH
Lukas Schmeling, Altec Energie Energie Projektgesellschaft

Praxisbeispiel: Energie teilen: Nahwärme aus Biomasse und Sonne
Torsten Lütten, Savosolar GmbH

Example from experience in Denmark: Energy audits in the hotel industry
Harald Karlsen, Harald Karlsen Rådgivning

Förderung und Finanzierung
Susann Dreßler, IB.SH

Pictures of the day




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