The IGTE team offers the monitoring of systems and buildings.

IGTE and their predecessor institutes IGE and ITW have been monitoring various buildings, systems and entire residential districts already for many years.

From the beginning of large solar district heating systems in the early 1990s, IGTE have been active in the accompanying research and scientific monitoring regarding the construction and operation of these systems. To this day, the country’s largest solar system with seasonal thermal energy storage, located in Crailsheim/Germany, has been scientifically monitored including measurements by IGTE.

You also have ambitious, challenging, extensive, interesting measurement objects? Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding a scientific monitoring.

Simulation comparison of heat-pump heating systems in a single-family house with low-temperature distribution system (floor heating): end energy consumption, PV use, self-sufficiency, design ratio and savings in operation compared to a reference system. Considered incl. 3,000 kWh/a of household power.
Evaluation of measurement data of a single-family house with PVT collectors and heat pump.


This image shows Dr.-Ing. Tobias Henzler

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Henzler


Coordinator of Teaching; Team Lead

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