Know when to buy, know when to sell
Flexibility & Storage
Once you’ve optimised your energy usage, what else can you do to ensure your business is truly benefiting from the new energy world? By engaging in the flexibility market, you can modify your on-site generation or consumption to provide additional capacity when the grid needs it. Meaning you can receive savings – or even generate a new revenue stream – for your business.
Make your business responsive
Profit from the changing energy world
Earn money with your installed generation capacities, reduce your net energy costs, track your generation
assets’ performance, and maintain high flexibility in rapidly changing markets.
Virtual Power Plant (VPP)
The Virtual Power Plant engages the energy market to identify opportunities for your generation assets to contribute to the grid when it needs it most. It takes the excess energy from your CHP, turbines, air conditioning, heat pumps – even the energy produced in your industrial processes themselves - and pays you for the service. You always retain control over when to make your flexibility available, so there’s no disruption to your core business.
Energy storage and load management
Industrial batteries can do a lot more than help you store energy. They can also help to provide protections for your business against blackouts, avoid power fluctuations in sensitive industrial processes, or even store power to consume later when prices are higher. In fact, a simple, modular Lithium-ion battery can help save up to 20% on your total electricity bill each year.
Our flexibility solutions are also available to partners as a white label option, meaning you could improve your reputation and customer relationships while we take care of the operations and technical infrastructure.
“Many of our UPS customers will certainly like to hear that they can now use their battery-based UPS systems profitably beyond their actual purpose. Our partnership with E.ON enables us to offer our customers this opportunity in a simple manner. In return, customers of E.ON who do not yet own a UPS system suitable for participation in the balancing energy market can conveniently use our joint offer. A great opportunity for all concerned!”
Reinhard Purzer, Managing Director of Vertiv, Germany