Phase I of the interdisciplinary research project EnEff: Stadt Campus Lichtwiese was funded as part of the 6th and phase II as part of the 7th energy research administration of the federal government by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).
TU Darmstadt pursues ambitious goals to significantly increase the energy-efficiency on its campuses. This affects not only the refurbishment of existing buildings but also the thermal and electrical energy supply system and the IT-connection of all those subsystems.
Within the research project EnEff:Stadt Campus Lichtwiese, which was funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy from January 2016 to December 2018, the University aims at setting the right course to successfully transform TU Darmstadt’s energy system. To do so, a smart network connecting all energy-supplying-parts has been developed and long-term structural and social changes on TU Campuses have been considered. To accomplish the German „Energiewende“ (energy transition), the use of innovative technologies particularly in the fields of energy supply, load management and decentral storage systems is required.
An interdisciplinary research team composed of architects, electrical and mechanical engineers as well as computer scientists collaborately addresses the fundamental short and long-term questions of how to simultaneously develop and integrate a holistic and sustainable concept for an energy-efficient Campus. The project serves as an object of study, as an impulse and multiplier for counterfeits and further development.
For further information about the entire project EnEff:Stadt Campus Lichtwiese, please visit the webpages of BMWi – Topic Energiewende Bauen.
|Prof. Christoph Kuhn|
+49 6151 16-23459
|Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jutta Hanson|
+49 6151 16-24660
|Prof. Dr. Florian Steinke|
|Energy Information Networks & Systems|
+49 6151 16-21710
|Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Stephan||Technical Thermodynamics|
+49 6151 16-22260