EnerSearch Solar Facade combines Heating, Ventilation and Insulation
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Fossil energy has to be substituted by renewable energy to reduce CO2
emissions. At present renewable energy solutions are quite expensive
and ineffective. In the next future all private, industrial or public
buildings will have to use solar heating in order to save energy and
reduce CO2 emissions.
In additon, it will be necessary to insulate the existing buildings in
order to save heating costs in a short run. However, when using an
Exterior Insulating and Finishing System, EFIS (German:
Wärmedämmverbundsystem, WDVS), it is almost crucial
also to install a ventilation system so as not risk the growth of mould.
The EnerSearch solution is to use solar energy to heat
up air which is
led into a building, thus providing fresh, warm air for heating and
Thus, the solar facade system does not only offer heating. Due to the
regular supply of fresh air, the ventilation effectively prevents mould
And when the system is not in operation the integrated insulation keeps
the heat in the house in winter and prohibits over heating of the
building in summer.
The EnerSearch solar facade system thus offers heating, ventilation and
insulation combined in one product.
• Due to the use of new polymeres and the positioning on the
building wall the system is especially designed for winter conditions,
effectively saving heating costs.
• Prevents the growth of mould in providing effective
• Unbeatable price - due to the new materials and the
combination of heating, ventilation and insulation in one product.
• Heat storage up to 24 hrs – that’s why
the system operates also during night and bad weather conditions.
• The solar facade is available as single modules or as a
system, thus cost efficient and easy to install.
• Available in different colours and with a rough surface,
thus easy to integrate in an existing facade plaster.
• Online documention of heat savings.
EnerSearch installed three 4m² solar modules in
Stuttgart-Obertürkheim (Germany), one for each storey.