Energy and Environment
The implementation of the energy transition requires a contemporary usage behavior, because the feed-in of renewable energies to generate electricity can lead to fluctuations in availability and price. By using so-called smart meters, energy-intensive consumption can be started when the purchase prices are cheaper. Examples are operating dishwashers and washing machines or charging electric cars. Your own consumption can be monitored and optimized using a tablet or smartphone.
Another concept for reducing consumption prices and CO2 emissions is tenant electricity, which is increasingly being generated on site in the residential complexes of municipal real estate companies in cooperation with energy suppliers using photovoltaic, bioenergy systems or combined heat and power plants. Addressees of this trade fair focus are companies as well as representatives of authorities and associations from the areas:
- Energy, district heating, gas and electricity supply
- Environmental Protection
- Energy transportation
- Power grid management