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Gewählte Master / Diploma Thesis:

Berthold Marc Auerbach (2018): Entwicklung eines Geschäftsmodells für Energie- und Lastmanagementsysteme (Power Manager) von Gebäuden mit PV- und Batteriespeichersystemen.
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Verfahrens- und Energietechnik (IVET), BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 112. UB BOKU obvsg

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Abstract:
The present master thesis gives an overview of the technical and political framework conditions of power management systems applied in buildings with photovoltaics and battery storage systems. Subsequently, the author creats a business model for a successful market launch of a Power Manager, within the relevant stakeholders, customer segments and decision makers are identified and analyzed how they could successfully be addressed in the future. Thereby, a literature research was done to describe the significant trends in today’s energy economy. In a further step the author conducted four expert interviews with relevant stakeholders coming from different areas in the field. Based on the examined results it could be derived that the application of combined PV-and battery systems with appropriate software, can support energy autonomy of buildings and reduce CO2 equivalent emissions. Another benefit is the reduction of the payback time of such investments as the power man-ager can interact with real time market-based trends and is able to make decisions and take actions. This master thesis can be interesting for building operators, users, planners, facility managers, as well as for consultants in this field. The author expects to provide an interdisciplinary gain of insights on how decentralized energies can successfully be integrated in the existing energy market. Key Words: decentralized energy systems, energy economy, photovoltaics, energy storage, electricity exchange, smart buildings and markets, power management, Building life cycle, demand side management

Beurteilende(r): Pröll Tobias

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