Energy Management

Research for Energy Management

Through our research in the field of Energy Management, we help to devise optimized solutions for electricity distribution in the smart grid and for the design of energy-efficient buildings and industrial production systems. Further aspects of this research are smart battery storage and exploring the possibilities of energy harvesting. We support the transition to a new energy economy by devising suitably adapted information and communication technologies and by developing novel applications with autonomous energy supplies.

Energy Management - At a glance


The Energy Management business field gathers many years of experience and expertise at Fraunhofer IIS. We contribute with new ICT and energy self-sufficient solutions for the implementation of the energy revolution.



We create and optimize methods, products, and systems all the way from the design stage until they are ready for the market. In our Energy Management business field, we base our research on the latest methods and findings.


Here you will our technologies for smart grids, local energy management and energy self-sufficiency.


A selection of successful projects in the research field of energy management can be found here.


Here you will find our downloads in pdf format that give an overview of Fraunhofer IIS. They provide an introduction to our technologies in the Energy Management business field and present application scenarios.


OGEMA 2.0 is an open source framework in which you can implement various components and applications for energy and building management, as well as in industry 4.0.


Battery systems for high voltages are composed of a plurality of individual battery cells. The individual cells have to be monitored and poised to use the maximum capacity of each individual cell can.


Energy Management Press Releases

Please find all recent Energy Management press releases in the news section of Fraunhofer IIS.


2015/11/17 Energy harvesting solution for a flow measuring system on pipelines and filling pumps


2015/02/24 OGEMA 2.0 – The Open Source Framework for an Efficient Energy Management System


2014/11/30 Intelligent control in the Smart Grid

Press Release from NZ - Smart Grids Will Help Consumers

The scientists at Fraunhofer IIS and at the TH Nuremberg agree that you must make the network fit for the future. And they could achieve this with smart grids.

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