Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group supports fight against coronavirus

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Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group

supports fight against coronavirus

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Last week, the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group donated medical equipment worth 4.5 million renminbi – roughly equivalent to 600,000 euro – to the Shanghai Charity Foundation. The measurement devices will be used to help treat seriously ill patients.

February 2020 – The Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group and China have a long tradition together. The company has been operating in the country for more than 20 years and currently runs five sites there, staffed by over 2,000 employees. “We have a strong connection to the country and its people and are very grateful for the way the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group has been able to flourish in China. For that reason, there was never any doubt we would help in the fight against the coronavirus at this difficult time,” explains Alexander Lehmann, CEO of the Brunata -Minol-ZENNER Group. The specialist measuring technology company has donated medical equipment to the value of 4.5 million renminbi (approximately 600,000 euro), which is to be used in the treatment of coronavirus patients.

Handover ceremony in Shanghai
Last week, Peter Yang, General Manager of ZENNER China, presented the donation to Guoping Fang, Vice President of the Shanghai Charity Foundation, and Wendong Xu, Vice President of Huashan Hospital – one of the hospitals whose team will be using the new equipment in Wuhan. Wendong Xu accepted the donation with gratitude: “Brunata-Minol-ZENNER has a reputation for precise measurements. The fact the company is applying its core expertise in the medical sector during the current situation and donating high-precision health monitoring equipment will really benefit our patients.” Germany’s Consul General, Dr. Christine Althauser, had this to add: “I would like to thank the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group for its exemplary display of commitment. I am certain this generous donation will play in important part in addressing equipment shortages in hospitals.”

Consequences of the coronavirus
Since the coronavirus broke out in Wuhan, all the subsidiaries and staff of the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group in China have been supporting efforts to prevent and stem the epidemic. They are pulling together to fight the coronavirus and, as far as possible, safeguarding the delivery and service guarantee for domestic and global customers.

About the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group
The family-managed corporate group offers measurement technology, billing services and IoT and e-mobility solutions for global markets. The corporation employs a workforce of more than 3,700 worldwide, and local subsidiaries and distributors can be found in more than 100 countries. Minol is one of the world’s leading service providers for the real estate business. Headquartered in Leinfelden-Echterdingen, 20 branch offices ensure the company’s presence throughout Germany. The company supports the real estate business during the digitalisation of processes and the implementation of future scenarios such as smart home, smart care and smart city. ZENNER, headquartered in Saarbrücken, Germany, develops, produces and markets measurement technology and system solutions based on internet of things technologies. It offers comprehensive IoT services from project development to measurement data acquisition and processing to application at the end user’s operation. Several other companies from areas such as the IoT world are also members of the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group. More information is available at, and

Press contact:
Jesper Holm Kristoffersen
Salgs- og Marketingdirektør
Brunata a/s
Vesterlundvej 14
2370 Herlev
Tlf.: 5060 7270

Strategic partnership to strengthen common goal

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Strategic partnership to

strengthen common goal

in Danish resident buildings

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The software company EnergiData and cleantech company Brunata have partnered up to deliver the complete solution within energy management to the building administrators, to the benefit for the economy, the indoor climate and the environment. 

Brunata’s customers can now use Energidata’s digital energy management system MinEnergi 2.0 to reduce the consumption of electricity, water and heat in a building. Energidata have developed MinEnergi 2.0, which makes it simple to ensure optimal use of the energi, and together with Brunata’s experience within consumption and property data, the partnership puts the customer’s energy savings in centrum.

“The partnership with EnergiData is a natural development for Brunata. As a supplier of metering devices and consumption allocation for over 100 years, Brunata has experience with residential buildings, and with the new strategic partnership, we will ensure our customers access to a whole new world of services, where a professional and easy solution within energy management can be combined with Brunata’s core business area of metering devices and consumption allocation.  It has been important to us to choose the partner that can give Brunata’s customers access to the best energy management solution. EnergiData, just like as, have a focus on delivering advanced technology and services easily. We can now deliver to our customers a safe and cost competitive offer on energy management as a supplement of our own products” says Jesper Holm Kristoffersen, VP Sales & Marketing at Brunata.

MinEnergi 2.0 have contributed to great savings on the energy budget for domestic and international companies since 1997, and the residental property segment shouldn’t be missed.

“Energidata supports large detail companies and municipalities to create an overview of the energy consumption, and we have a great position in those segments. Our experience with energy management systems will no doubt ease the work for building administrators, whether it is cooling analysis, comparison of energy consumptions or documentation of the CO2 emission” says Morten Dysted Dahl, administrative director at EnergiData, and adds “We see Brunata as a exceptionally competent partner within the segment of residential properties, and there is a gain for both companies, that the building administrators get delivered transparent and easily understandable consumption data with MinEnergi 2.0”

The new strategic partnership is now effective, and the first customers is expected to use MinEnergi 2.0 to optimize their buildings by spring 2020.