Redesign of online

September 27 2021

It is finally done: We have updated the content on our website and put it online in a fresh design with up to date images of our working environments.

The cover image on the start page shows already shows the focus of our work: The interconnection of decentralized producers, flexible consumers and storages into energy management and IoT systems. Electric vehicles and smart metering systems are taking on an increasingly important role in this context.

Under “Services” you will now find an up-to-date description of the four EnQS devisions: testing and analysis, prototyping, software development and technical consulting. Pictures and descriptions of our infrastructures in the EnQS Testlab operated 24/7 for our customers can be found in the “EnQS” section.

With the new section “News” we want to report regularly on (non-confidential) highlights from our daily work from now on.

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Newest articles

Efficiency Measurements for PV Storage Systems

EnQS carries out efficiency measurements in accordance with the efficiency guidelines for PV storage systems. This is a test guideline for characterizing the efficiency, standby consumption and control efficiency of stationary battery storage systems, which are often integrated into home energy management systems (HEMS). In this context, EnQS is expanding its measurement and testing equipment in the EnQS Testlab and thus its portfolio of HEMS-related services.

PPC und EnQS integrieren EEBus auf CLS Gateway

In cooperation with PPC, EnQS has fully integrated and tested the EEBus communication standard on PPC’s CLS Gateway. In the long term, this will enable properties to establish standardized communication with numerous applications and devices.

PPC and EnQS Launch Joint Test Environment for Interoperable iMSys Applications

Users in energy and building management systems need access to the digital infrastructure of the energy world in order to implement new ideas. The intelligent metering system (iMSys) paves the way here and is the central point of contact. Maximum interoperability is crucial in order to make these new possibilities accessible to a wide range