Electricity can be produced sustainably with solar panel systems among others. A reason for Kermi to continue to optimise their energy-efficient heating technology components. On that account, the sustainable Kermi system x-optimised expands water-based heating solutions with smart electrical solutions. The combination of heating and electricity storage promises even more efficiency. You own consumption can be increased substantially here. That is why Kermi is cooperating with the storage producer Fenecon – for future-proof heating solutions, self-sustaining to the greatest possible extent.
Electricity and heat generation combined: Increase your own consumption with the Kermi system x-optimised and electricity storage and make yourself less dependent on energy utility companies.
Whether using residential ventilation, using design radiators or steel panel radiators, or with underfloor heating: Anyone who uses their own self-generated electricity right off the roof, increases the proportion of their own electricity that they are consuming. Special heat pumps are future-oriented solutions, as the heat can be exclusively obtained from regenerative energies.
x-change heat pumps
x-buffer heat storage
x-net panel heating
therm-x2 steel panel radiators
Bathroom and living room radiators
x-well domestic ventilation
Fenecon suits Kermi best: easily installed thanks to patented plug-in system.
Electricity storage systems by Feneco are an optimal extension in order for electricity from the roof to be able to be used in the Kermi system x-optimised more efficiently: You store the electricity you have produced to be able to supply your household with it at any time, from the washing machine to the lighting. Moreover, if the solar panel system supplies excess electricity, the storage system is charged up to a defined level.
If the battery storage cannot hold any more electricity, the heat pump is switched to an enhanced mode and thermal energy is stored in the x-buffer layered buffer storage tank. Only when all of these options are exhausted is the remaining excess electricity fed into the grid. That way, more of the self-produced solar electricity can be consumed. As feeding electricity back into the grid becomes less attractive, this results in it being reduced to a minimum.
With the PV-storage programme, the Bavarian state government is promoting the use of renewable energies.
The programme is intended to promote the expansion of the use of solar panels (photovoltaic power – PV) in Bavaria. Homeowners of detached and semi-single-family houses can thereby receive a subsidy of between 500 and 3200 euros. The subsidy depends on the capacity of the new battery storage system (kWh) and the output of the new PV system (kWp).