Category: Blog

Are battery storage systems the new power plants for municipal utilities?

Battery storage systems are a promising technology for municipal utilities that want to advance the energy transition. They can store electricity from renewable sources when their surplus leads to favourable market prices and release it again when needed. This not only saves them money, but also stabilises the grid and opens up new business models. Find out in this blog post how battery storage systems can become the new power plants for municipal utilities.

Rethinking Biogas

5 Fragen an Dr. Stefan Rauh Geschäftsführer & COO des Fachverbandes BIOGAS e.V.! In unserem lesenswerten Interview erwarten Sie Einblicke in die neuesten Entwicklungen in der Biogasbranche, Potenziale flexibler Biogasanlagen, welche politischen Rahmenbedingungen für den Ausbau von Biogasanlagen nötig sind und wie wir die Biogasbranche neu denken können, um den Weg in eine grüne Energiezukunft zu gehen.

The future of (individual) grid charges

Discover the future of grid charges: How can we distribute the costs of using the electricity grid more fairly and increase efficiency at the same time? Find out more about the debate surrounding flexible grid charges and the role of digitalisation in our latest blog article.

Grid curtailment in Germany

Tough nut to crack? Not with batteries and flexibility! Learn from our battery expert Swagath Bhat how flexibility, expansion of the grid and battery energy storage systems (BESS) as well as their optimisation can help to keep the lights on in Europe.

CO2-certification

Day-Ahead and Intraday power market

Energy trading in near real time. Energy trading has developed dynamically in recent years, with two power markets playing a decisive role: Day-Ahead and Intraday.

Karriere in der Energiebranche starten

Energize your Career!

Energy bundle wanted. Start your career with us now and actively shape the energy transition! Find out more in the blog post now.

We have cracked the half million mark

For the last two years, TÜV Rheinland has confirmed systemic CO2 savings of over 560,000 tonnes for our trading activities according to our certified calculation methodology.