With the adoption of the 2030 Agenda in New York on September 25, 2015, the 193 member states of the UN for the first time created a global framework for action and guidance on sustainable development.
The 2030 Agenda includes 17 specific goals (Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs) for the social, economic and environmentally sustainable development of humankind.
HyperSys focuses its technologies and concepts in particular on Sustainability Goal 7: Access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all people by 2030.
The latest figures from the German government demonstrate the high relevance of this sustainability goal.
CO2 emissions caused by each person in Germany on average per year
People worldwide will still be living without their own electricity connection in 2030
by 7 %
the share of renewable energies in electricity production in Germany increased from 2019 to 2020
by 0.7 tons
CO2 emissions caused by each person in sub-Saharan Africa on average per year
of all people currently still do not have permanent access to electricity supply
more than 1/4
global energy demand will increase by 2040
HyperSys opens up opportunities, accelerates innovation processes and develops efficient technologies for a sustainable and secure energy supply.
HyperSys stands for holistic energy solutions. Our modular design creates solutions that precisely match the needs of producers and consumers. It does not matter whether plants are to be upgraded or completely redesigned. HyperSys already supports many companies and municipalities in reducing energy costs and significantly saving CO2. For the future, HyperSys is testing other innovative energy system and grid services for the stability of its supply and the grids.
As part of the HYPKomp research project (BMWi – 0350001F), the first modular system concept consisting of compensation and various storage units for stabilizing supply situations and energy grids was developed, built and tested in practice.
The efficient operation of plants based on renewable energy as well as their networking and control place high demands on the technical architecture. HyperSys supports companies in all industries with simulation of different scenarios, planning of grid automation and organization of electricity marketing on the way to energy autonomy. HyperSys enables companies, grid operators and municipalities to design energy systems and their processes according to efficiency and requirements for future power grids.
Hydrogen is an energy carrier that can be used to store and transport energy. Environmentally friendly energy conversion with hydrogen takes place when it is produced with renewable energy. HyperSys integrates modules of hydrogen generation, storage and reconversion into holistic plant concepts. HyperSys uses the most common systems on the market for electrolyzers as well as fuel cells and prepares its own solutions.
Energy storage is the key component for reliability and profitability of microgrids and power systems. They store electrical energy from various decentralized sources and make it available as needed. HyperSys offers storage solutions with a capacity of up to several megawatt hours and individual configuration options, for example for energy suppliers or energy trading.
Regulated power grids and smart metering enable the efficient interaction of power generation, storage, consumption, tariffs and grid management. HyperSys provides the necessary infrastructure to operate small industrial networks or even large distribution networks in an AI-driven manner. Here, the implementation of Redispatch 2.0 is guaranteed. In addition, further customer-specific system services can be realized.
Investments in new technologies for energy generation and storage or in technologies to increase energy efficiency are subsidized from regional, national, European and international funding pots. HyperSys has extensive expertise in consulting, strategic development of energy concepts, identification of funding opportunities, and direct acquisition of the appropriate funding.