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References and Press Reports

References and Press Reports

With an extensive product portfolio and high-performance services, WAGO offers our customers a broad spectrum of application possibilities. We report on the successful integration of our components in our customer magazines, WAGOdirect building, industry and process.

Have you implemented an interesting application with WAGO products or figured out an innovative solution approach for building technology? Talk to us! Perhaps we will write about it. We look forward to your feedback.

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Optimized Energy Data Management in the Chemical Industry

The management of energy and media flows is a vitally important task in the chemical industry. This also applies at Wacker Chemie AG, an independent company with successful global operations in the areas of scientific research, and the manufacture and sales of chemical-technical products. WACKER is among the leaders in its core sectors – the production of semiconductors, polysilicon, polymers, specialty chemicals, and silicone. continue...

Controlling Energy Consumption

In recent years, there has been a realignment towards greater consideration of energy efficiency within the industry. Anywhere that a lot of energy is consumed, increases in efficiencies allow for the realization of enormous cost savings. The basic requirement for a sensible improvement in this area is exact knowledge of consumption levels. In this context, systems for controlling energy take on increasing importance. KEVAG, located in Coblenz, bases its EnergyControllingSystem ECS on components from WAGO. continue...

Intelligent Networking as a Key to Success

At first glance, you do not even see the innovative energy supply system for the health center in Zella-Mehlis in Thuringia. Only the carport, with its solar array and integrated charging station, and also the rows of photovoltaic modules on the roof, lead one to suspect that the people here are striving for environmentally-friendly energy generation. continue...

Transparency Pays for Itself – WAGO consistently creates solutions for electrical and energy measurement technologies

With a coordinated product portfolio, WAGO consistently creates solutions for electrical and energy measurement technologies. Systematic energy management is more necessary than ever to enable significant reductions in ever-increasing energy costs. What was previously an exhausting puzzle made of the most varied of technological components is now much easier to solve due to standardized and cost-efficient automation technology. WAGO offers a completely coordinated product portfolio for energy efficiency with their Interface Electronics and the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750. continue...

My House, My Filling Station – Living and Mobility during the Energy Transition

The Federal Ministry for Transportation, Building, and Urban Development uses around 40 single- and multi-family dwellings to test Best Practice Solutions for virtually climate-neutral energy standards in new construction and for renovations. In Berlin, the Federal Ministry as the project sponsor went a step further and coupled an “Efficiency House” with electro-mobility. The I/O-SYSTEM 750 from WAGO has two tasks in the house at Fasanen Street 87a: Controlling the complete energy management and recording operating data for monitoring. continue...

New Lighting Standard Replaces Old Standard Lighting

For decades, BMW has been a household name among car and motorcycle enthusiasts alike, and now the same holds true for building and automation engineering experts. While the first group associates the brand with innovative motors and vehicles, the latter thinks of a new lighting control system, which lowers the energy costs of the popular Munich-based company by around 30 percent. BMW is gradually expanding this solution based on WAGO components to make it a company-wide standard as part of its sustainability strategy. continue...

Energy for the Brewery

With an average per person consumption of over 100 l per year, beer is the most commonly consumed alcoholic beverage in Germany. There are more than 1,300 breweries in Germany that brew beer from malt, hops, and water. In order to cover the energy consumed during beer brewing, the Karlsberg brewery in Saarland is using their own steam turbine to generate electrical power. They monitor their energy supply using WAGO control technology. continue...

Efficient from Beginning to End

In industrialized and developing countries, the need for energy remains high, and is still significantly above the limits of sustainability. The environment and climate are being damaged in many ways. The conscious handling of natural resources makes sense for many companies, not just from an ecological point of view, but also from an economic one. Those who reduce consumption saves a lot of money, in both the short and long term. In industry as in building technology, however, this only works with modern automation. continue...

Guaranteeing Process Security – Increasing Energy Efficiency

The dynamics of the mobile radio communications market in Germany are currently affected by a variety of factors: the high number of mobile phones – which has now surpassed the number of inhabitants in the country – along with the steadily increasing number of user options has caused a rapid increase in power consumption in the mobile radio communications sector. The integrated Energy and Climate Program initiated by the German government in 2008 is aimed at counteracting this trend by requiring more efficient use of energy by consumers on the whole. continue...

Record Consumption Data – Reduce Energy Costs

A medium-sized company from northern Germany produces chemical additives. In the overall cost analysis, energy costs were a major factor at almost 40%. Combined with an anticipated annual price increase of about 5%, it was enough of an occasion to act. continue...

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