AEE – Institut für Nachhaltige Technologien (AEE INTEC)
AEE INTEC is a non-profit research association and one of the leading institutes for applied research in the fields of thermal energy technologies and hybrid systems, low-energy and zero-energy buildings as well as in energy efficiency for industry.
AEE – Institute for Sustainable Technologies (AEE INTEC) was founded in 1988 as a non profit, independent research institute.
AEE INTEC develops concepts for thermal solar systems, low energy houses, energy efficiency in industry and sustainable water utilisation.
The core activities are the efficient use of energy and resources and the development of technologies and strategies that enable the quick and widespread use of solar technology, as the basis for an ecologically compatible supply of energy in the future. Within these scopes the contribution of AEE INTEC ranges from developing prototypes to constructing pilot plants as well as planning, consulting, providing technical knowledge and supervising numerous theses.
Fields of Activity
• Solar thermal systems
• Low-energy housing
• Energy efficient buildings
• Dynamic building simulation
• Communal energy systems
• Monitoring and analysis of the thermal behaviour of buildings and systems
• Biological sewage purification systems
Our services include:
Research Partner: to develop products for thermal solar systems
Development: developing concepts and systems for a sustainable retrofit of large volume buildings
Development: Sustainable water management
Products & Services
The focus of the research is product and system development as well as the planning of holistic energy concepts for new buildings and renovation projects.
Industrial processes and energy systems
AEE INTEC provides solutions for reducing overall energy consumption as well as emissions of greenhouse gases, by the development and optimisation of processes and energy efficient production systems .
Thermal energy technologies and hybrid systems
AEE INTEC provides support for the introduction of thermal solar plants in a wide range of markets through the improvement and development of new solar collectors, components and systems with a significant focus on component development.