Standardized district supply

For ZEAG Energie AG Heilbronn, we managed to build the local heating supply for 20 district projects in Heilbronn and surrounding communities within six years.

In the energy centers of these districts we installed our modular SE²MASTER energy center controller, which together with heating substation controller, is connected to the SE²OPERATOR central control system at ZEAG Energie AG.

The standardization of concepts, processes and products was a major factor for ZEAG Energie AG, as it enables a large number of projects to be implemented efficiently in the shortest possible time. This means that, in the future, the heat supply in newly emerging districts can be installed immediately. A heat supply that is based on an integrated system solution for highly efficient plant operation.

Customer benefits

  • Consistent standardization from process to product enables fast and cost-effective implementation
  • Standards reduce individual errors and ensure high system security
  • A universal supply solution offers transparency and allows the operator to monitor the plants at any time
  • A higher-level central control system enables remote access to energy centers and transfer stations
  • High supply reliability and flexibility

Technical integration of hydrogen - The award-winning H2ORIZON project

For successful sector coupling, we regulate electricity, gas (H2 and natural gas), heat, mobility & space in a joint project between ZEAG…


Contracting Award winner for innovative district concept Südstadthöfe in Heilbronn

In the innovative district on the site of the former Südbahnhof station, 350 apartments, a medical center and two student dormitories will be…


First place in Contracting Award Baden-Württemberg: BUGA district in Neckarbogen

3,500 residents will live in Neckarbogen district on the grounds of the National Garden Show (BUGA). The heat supply is provided by our…


Energy storage based central heating control in a development area in Gemmrigheim

Intelligent energy system for the heat and power supply of 227 residential units in the “Neckarlust” district in Gemmrigheim.