InDeWaG is an acronym of the project "Industrial Development of Water Flow Glazing Systems". The Water Flow Glazing (WFG) technology is a transparent façade consisting of glazings with circulating water inside. The system developed within the InDeWaG project uses water-glycol mixture in the chamber between the glass planes to capture the solar radiation and utilize it for different purposes such as heating, preheating and domestic hot water. Another option, which WFG provides is cooling, achieved by dissipation of the absorbed heat.
The InDeWaG project has assembled a multidisciplinary consortium consisting of large industry, SMEs, research organizations and universities. The team is based on 10 full partners from three different European countries - Germany, Bulgaria and Spain. All partners work together to achieve the project objectives. The project work plan is organized in 8 technical Work Packages (WPs) and one administrative WP. Each WP is coordinated by a WP-Leader responsible for effective execution of the tasks and for achieving the main goals.
INDEWAG DEMONSTRATIONAL PAVILION IN BULGARIA
InDeWaG project aims at bringing the water flow glazing (WFG) technology into industrial ripeness. One of the main milestones towards that goal is the construction of a pavilion with façades consisting of WFG elements. For that purpose InDeWaG partners have designed a pavilion that will serve as demonstrator for this new technology. It is shaped like a glass box with a square plan measuring 7.24 meters by 7.24 meters. The glass envelope is composed of WFG modules on the East, West and South façade, while the North façade will be opaque. The roof, floor and north facade are well insulated and will contribute to the low energy requirements of the pavilion, which is designed to achieve nearly zero energy building standard according to the Bulgarian legislation. The transparent facade elements are with a due East, West or South orientation at 3.00 m height from the floor to the ceiling.
22 February, 2018 Architects and Planner Congress: FASSADE 2018 — smart green dynamic , at the Fair BAUTEC in Berlin, Germany https://fassade2018.heinze.de/
V International Women4Energy Conference took place on 6th December in Stuttgart, Germany. The topic of this year’s conference was “Next Renewable Energy Solutions” and a special focus on the newest solutions and technologies in the field of Renewable Energies.
Workshop-Series Success Factor Energy Efficiency, Part 8 at Chamber of Industry and Commerce South Oberrhein, Germany, Lecture: Energy concepts, ventilation and air conditioning in modern buildings (Dr. Axel Müller, HTCO GmbH)