Energy Management

Customer-specific regulation strategies for optimized energy efficiency
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Customer-specific regulation strategies for optimized energy efficiency

Constantly rising requirements with regard to climate protection and energy efficiency in buildings call for innovative and industry-specific building control concepts. The optimal operation and automation of existing installations are of central importance for the efficiency of buildings and can vary based on the type of building. Designing customer-specific regulation strategies therefore requires reliable prediction models that take a holistic perspective on energy consumption while factoring in all predictable variables both inside and outside a structure. State-of-the-art sensor technologies as well as design and control strategies guarantee an optimal balance between minimal energy consumption and high user comfort. We offer a comprehensive portfolio for optimized “energy management of the future.”

Our Services

We provide you with individual advice and support in the optimization and automation of your installations and offer you:

  • Analysis of operating data for identification of optimization potential
  • Energy evaluation of the facility
  • Development of optimized control and regulation strategies
  • Energy-related alerting – intelligent algorithms for identification of poor energy conditions
  • Conception and implementation of customer-specific regulation schemes based on predictive models
  • Model-based optimization of the life cycle costs

Added Value for You

Our many years of experience in the conception and development of innovative automation and control systems enables you to benefit from the following effects:

Energy Management in buildings
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Energy Management in buildings
  • Minimization of life-cycle costs
  • Reduction of service and maintenance costs
  • Reduction of energy consumption
  • Efficient utilization of energy storage systems
  • Increase of plant availability and reliability
  • Holistic predictive control of plants (and plant components)
  • Continuous monitoring of energy consumptions
  • Increase of security of supply


Reference project


A major challenge in managing decentralized energy systems in buildings is reconciling the different energy sources as well as the energy conversion and storage methods in use. ARCHE simplifies the planning and deployment of self-optimizing control architectures for such systems.

Reference project

The project is focused on developing a learning software platform that evaluates operating data and optimizes the control of technical building equipment on this basis.


Information Material

Reference project


The European project eeEmbedded aims at providing architects, engineers and asset managers with the possibility to create reliable energy analyses and predictions for buildings in future - both in the planning phases as well as during operation.

Reference project


Minimizing energy consumption is a central objective for many production processes. Fraunhofer IIS/EAS is therefore working with partners on an optimization and planning platform for energy-efficient production.