Digital, decentralized, renewable and, above all, efficient. These four buzzwords characterize our modern energy supply – presenting planners, consultants and building managers with complex challenges which have a vast number of possible solutions: Should a new residential area be fitted with a decentralized heat/power-generation unit? Is energy contracting worthwhile when renovating a school’s heating system? How can a hotel chain’s high energy costs be reduced? Anyone seeking answers to such questions can find them at the EM-Power exhibition, taking place in Munich from May 15–17, 2019. In addition, EM-Power publishes a monthly newsletter with examples of best practice for different industries.
The Compact Energy Forum is aimed at professional energy customers – operators of residential and commercial buildings, municipal properties, neighborhoods and production facilities, as well as energy, building and facility managers, planners and consultants working in industry and real estate. Here, they will find practical solutions and examples of best practice to assist them in developing a smart energy supply for their buildings and systems. Over three exhibition days, there will be sessions covering the areas of smart metering/energy management, energy services and contracting, sector coupling in the fields of electricity, heating/cooling and traffic as well as neighborhood concepts. Exhibitors will also be presenting innovative products and projects.