The New Energy Lab is a complete energy system for conveying practical knowledge in the field of energy management. The system combines renewable energy generation from solar, wind and fuel cell power with modern energy storage technology to create an autonomous hybrid system.
Optimized for the requirements of universities and vocational schools, the technology can be explored as a single process or at the level of the overall system. The system generates enough power to operate typical household appliances. Students can set up an autonomous power supply and learn about the interrelationships of various aspects of power management by experimenting with the parameters of the system components. The public power supply grid can be used as a backup to simulate the combined use of renewable and conventional energy sources, such as a diesel generator. The system can be used to simulate and analyze typical scenarios, such as operation at night or during periods of no wind.
Extensive measuring technology, central monitoring and control software and an electronic load make it possible to record characteristic curves and system data.