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900 Euro state subsidy for the purchase and instal­la­tion of wallboxes.

Management for optimal energy efficiency

CUBOS as a complete solution - use renewable energies to generate your own electri­city, store it and supply your household. Use your energy only when it is really needed.

Consumers swarm everywhere

Whether at home or on the road - you want to be able to rely on the control of your home appli­ances. The networ­king of your IoT (Internet of Things) devices offers new oppor­tu­nities to add comfort, quality of life and security to a dynamic everyday life.

When it comes to accurate garden care, for example, CUBOS regulates watering timing, and ensures a well-kept lawn through indivi­dual networ­king strate­gies. Whether it’s a vegetable patch, fruit tree or pool mainten­ance, CUBOS Smart Home supports your green thumb.

Save energy during the day with CUBOS

No two days are the same, but actually, we all follow our routines. Especially throughout the day, we need the most energy. But not in every room and on every occasion. With clever energy manage­ment, you take your energy usage routines into account.

MORNING

You make coffee in a warm kitchen, don’t freeze when you shower and your children play without getting frostbite.

MIDDAY

Since you are on the road at midday, the energy is reduced to the bare minimum. Meanwhile, the photo­vol­taic system feeds the energy storage.

AFTERNOON

You come home and a pleasant warmth greets you. The photo­vol­taic system now supplies the entire house.

EVENING

All rooms are pleas­antly heated. The electric vehicle is charging and uses the stored energy of the day for this purpose.

NIGHT

The optimal sleeping tempe­ra­ture is between 16 - 19 °C. The energy store is not needed overnight.

Charging point infrastructure

Electric vehicles are becoming incre­a­singly suitable for everyday use. So, it is obvious that your property should also follow this trend. So far, the infra­st­ruc­ture of charging stations is still under criticism. But that should change in the coming years. More and more private house­holds and businesses are upgrading. Here are some tips on what you should look out for when setting up a charging station infrastructure:

Charging options

There are various ways to charge your vehicle. Here we explain the three most common ones.

The household socket

The charging process takes the longest here, as the household socket only has a power of 1.8 to 2.3 kW. It should only be used in an emergency, as the power line is heavily loaded and thus becomes warm.

The charging station

Here it is important to note that there are charging stations with different outputs (from 3.7 kW to 22 kW). The higher the power, the faster the charging process is completed.

The ultra-fast charging station

To save time, ultra-fast charging stations are the right choice. They enable the fastest charging process with a power of up to 350 kW. You can find such facili­ties along motorways, for example.

The private charging station (wallbox)

A home solution should be flexible and conve­nient. We therefore recommend that you install your own charging station. To connect to a charging station, you need a Mode 3 charging cable (charging capaci­ties of up to 43 kW are possible).

Das Laden eines Elektro­autos ist viel weniger kompli­ziert als Sie denken.

Use renewable energies

Trend­set­ters rely on the combi­na­tion of electric mobility and photo­vol­taic systems in conjunc­tion with an energy storage system. Produce your own electri­city, store it, and use it when you need it. For example, you can charge your electric vehicle overnight without any problems.

Buying charging stations, instal­ling them and charging vehicles – this only works well on a small scale. As soon as several vehicles are to be charged at one location, well thought-out planning is urgently required.

  • How many charging stations are needed?
  • How quickly do the vehicles need to be charged?
  • What type of charging station should be used?
  • How many vehicles need to be charged at the same time?

CUBOS will find a reliable, sustainable and cost-effective solution for you, whether for cars, commer­cial vehicles or a public car park.

Photovoltaics

Photo­vol­taik läßt sich an vielen Gebäuden nachrüsten. Über die Wirtschaft­lich­keit entscheiden die Ausrich­tung, Größe und Neigung der Dachflächen.

The perfor­mance of a photo­vol­taic system can be seriously reduced by inade­quate planning and unpro­fes­sional instal­la­tion. Contact us as a specia­list company to inform you about important factors.

Our services and everything from a single source:

  • Advice on photo­vol­taics (measu­re­ments and application)
  • Planning and installation

Note:

With a photo­vol­taic system, you gain indepen­dence in terms of energy suppliers and electri­city prices. Here is a compa­rison of the current feed-in revenue to a purchased kWh from an energy supplier:

  • Feed-in revenue: approx. 10-12 cents/kWh
  • When buying a kWh: approx. 27-29 cents/kWh

We will be happy to advise you on optimi­sing your energy management.

Smart energy storage

Integrated energy storage in grid-connected systems are becoming incre­a­singly interes­ting, especially in the smart home sector. In energy storage systems, surplus energy can be stored in various forms.

Conver­sion losses are inevi­table and to be expected when conver­ting the energy into electri­city. This means that in situa­tions where the electri­city generated from renewable sources can be directly trans­mitted and immedia­tely consumed, this is the most energy-efficient option.

When recom­men­ding energy storage systems, CUBOS pays parti­cular attention to the following aspects and requirements:

CUBOS under­stands this requi­re­ment to mean high energy and power density, low self-discharge and low auxiliary power consump­tion. The system effici­ency must also be parti­cu­larly high.

A high level of opera­tional safety and a low potential for damage must be guaranteed.

The service life refers not only to the calendar time, but also to the number of storage and retrieval cycles of the energy storage device.

Environ­mental compa­ti­bi­lity plays a role not only in direct use, but also in produc­tion and subse­quent disposal.

The combi­na­tion of photo­vol­taics with energy storage and steadily rising electri­city prices makes payback periods of 5 to 10 years feasible.

Contact
Your energy manage­ment expert:

Markus Schuchardt
0173 868 19 23