(Bio-)LNG Solution for a Decentralized Energy Supply System 

The pilot project aims to implement a (bio-)LNG solution for a decentralized energy supply system for buildings. The system will integrate a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, solar energy, and smart home technology to create an efficient and sustainable energy supply.

Pilot investments are very important part of the liquid energy project. One of them is a solution for the decentralized energy supply system. The second one is home power plant powered by LNG. Let’s take a closer look at the video and find a little bit more about them! There is also a short pilot description below.

Decentralised energy supply system 

Home power plant powered by LNG

(Bio-)LNG Solution

The use of (bio-)LNG, liquefied natural gas derived from renewable sources or biomass, provides a cleaner and more sustainable alternative to conventional natural gas. The pilot project will explore the feasibility of utilizing (bio-)LNG as a alternative fuel source for the CHP plant, ensuring a low-carbon and environmentally friendly energy supply.

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant

The CHP plant will serve as the central component of the energy supply system. It will simultaneously generate electricity and heat, maximizing energy efficiency by utilizing the waste heat produced during electricity generation. The CHP plant will be fueled by (bio-)LNG, providing a reliable and efficient energy source.

Solar Energy Integration

Solar energy will be integrated into the system to complement the CHP plant. Solar panels will be installed on the buildings’ rooftops to harness clean and renewable solar power. The electricity generated by the solar panels will supplement the power produced by the CHP plant, reducing the reliance on (bio-)LNG and further enhancing the sustainability of the energy supply.

Smart Home Technology

Smart home technology will be incorporated into the pilot project to optimize energy usage and provide users with control over their energy consumption. The integration of smart home systems will enable efficient energy management, allowing residents to monitor and adjust their energy consumption based on real-time data and preferences. This will enhance energy efficiency, reduce waste, and provide a user-friendly interface for managing the decentralized energy supply system.

The pilot project offers several benefits:
  • the use of (bio-)LNG reduces greenhouse gas emissions and contributes to a cleaner and more sustainable energy mix;
  • the CHP plant maximizes energy efficiency by utilizing waste heat, resulting in cost savings and reduced energy consumption;
  • the integration of solar energy further reduces reliance on (bio-)LNG and promotes renewable energy utilization;
  • the inclusion of smart home technology allows for personalized energy management and enhanced user comfort.

In the summary, the pilot project aims to demonstrate the feasibility and benefits of implementing a LNG solution for a decentralized energy supply system. By integrating a CHP plant, solar energy, and smart home technology, the project seeks to achieve high energy efficiency, sustainability, and user-friendly control of the energy supply.

Full videos of the pilot investments are available via links. Energy efficiency for the home vaillant ecopower is available -> here. If you want to see a video about home power plant powered by energy, you can watch it -> here.