The increasing share of renewable electricity leads to more and more load fluctuations in the power supply. These fluctuations have to be compensated intelligently - a frequently used keyword is smart grid, the intelligent use of electrical current. Power systems must work bidirectionally in part. This means that a paradigm change is imminent in the energy sector: from general consumption-dependent production it needs to be rethought to a partly generation-dependent consumption. Also therefore, heat pumps are the right approach to the efficient use of energy. Smart grid-enabled SmartHeat heat pumps offer just these communication opportunities with future planned power grids or even, for example, PV systems. Especially the SmartHeat inverter heat pumps lift out, because they are abled to optimally reconcile the offer profile with the load profile.
The task is to use or to save renewable electricity meaningfully and practically feasible to implement the new requirements. We see a solution in the thermal intermediate storage in the form of buildings and / or fluid storage. The SmartHeat inverter heat pump offers a very fast and effective way to implement these requirements also in the commercial sector. The demand will increase as the renewable electricity continues to grow and the energy savings compensation has a use (no unused excess capacity) to the destination. PV-plant operators can determine computationally fast, whether a consumption in the commercial by means of heat pump is even better than a feed into the grid.
Because an intelligent use of power, not necessarily means to save it as a stream. Even existing systems can be used efficiently. Electrical energy can be changed into heat or cold cast and be thermally stored (memory available almost everywhere). In the building sector, much energy is required for providing space heating and hot water. With the SmartHeat heat pumps with inverter technology the available power can be used not only digitally (on/off) but also depending on the load! A margin between needs, current availability and storage capacity is used by the power-dependent modulating Titan i efficiently.