Swissbau 2022 – the leading platform for the construction and real estate industry in Switzerland – will take place! And we will be there. We just have to wait a little longer until May. On the occasion of our SmartGridready certification, we will present our «elevator pitch» for the «Electrojoule Heating System Manager powered by Plutinsus» together with our partner Electrojoule Erneuerbare Energiesysteme AG in room 1 of Swissbau Focus on Wednesday, 4th May, between 14:00 and 15:00. If you can not wait until then, contact Wolfram Willuhn for a «Sneak Preview».
Electrojoule specializes in advanced diagnostic methods of heating and cooling systems in buildings in order to make the operation and maintenance of such systems more efficient, effective and climate friendly. Plutinsus has been developing the software for interactive infrastructure diagnostics that is powering Electrojoule’s Heating System Manager. As part of this collaboration, Plutinsus has completed the beta tests to fulfill the requirements for the “SmartGridready” label. Electrojoule and Plutinsus are among the first companies to receive the official confirmation of self-declaration for systems with the “SmartGridready” label.
The successful implementation of the energy transition requires Smart Grids. The association “SmartGridready” has been founded on 29th March 2019 and develops standards and a certification in order to support the connectivity of electrical devices with the distribution grid and energy resources. This standardization helps to reduce the cost and effort to implement innovative solutions to control and monitor multi-vendor energy systems. Based on the work of SmartGridready, Plutinsus can enable novel business services such as Electrojoule’s heating system maintenance.
The European Technology and Innovation Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling / RHC-ETIP brings together industrial stakeholders, research organizations and academic stakeholders in order to propose policies at EU and national levels, to establish research and innovation agendas and to foster knowledge sharing that would bring research into practice.
Plutinsus is joining the RHC-ETIP with the goal to contribute its innovative software for the data-driven operation, maintenance and optimization of heating and cooling systems and networks and to help bring research and innovation results to deployment. It is important for the adoption of renewable heating and cooling technologies that all issues of their owners concerning the entire lifecycle can be addressed – from planning, to financing, to installation and commissioning, and to operation and maintenance.
Wolfram was part of the project team “Photo-voltaic Consulting of the Future” that was sponsored by lusee and SWL at the Smart Regio Lab – Lenzburg Seetal that took place at the Schulhaus Bleicherain in Lenzburg on October 15 & 16, 2021.
The Energy Data Working Group has been organizing the very successful Energy Data Hackdays since 2019 and many insightful events related to increasing the use of energy data.
The hackdays have created many innovative projects that are worth continuing. Futhermore, the use of energy data will play a major role for the decarbonization of energy. So it’s time to make the Energy Data Working Group more impactful. Plutinsus is joining the newly formed working group core team that will take the Energy Data Working Group to the next level.
Wolfram was part of the project team “Digital twins for domestic heating systems” that was sponsored by Nussbaum at the Energy Hackdays 2021 that took place at the Hightech Zentrum Aargau on September 24 & 25, 2020.
We have used this opportunity to pitch how the Plutinsus Energy and Building Analysis solution can cover the entire building lifecycle from digital planning to monitoring-based commission to maintenance and to optimization. This will create new opportunities for HHM, especially in combination with HHM’s own Building360 platform.
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Plutinsus and the ehub team will work together in a research collaboration to make the servicing and maintenance of the NEST building more efficient and to operate the technical building infrastructure more sustainably. Plutinsus will combine its innovative software for interactive data visualization of complex infrastructures with a digital twin of the technical components and systems of the NEST building. This will allow all users to quickly and reliably understand systems states and processes and to draw actionable conclusions. Integrated statistical analyses will provide additional support by pre-processing the large data volumes.