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Empowering women: #WomenHack comes to our Munich office

Our WomenHack event fostered a strong sense of community and inspiration as women in engineering and tech positions shared their experiences, stories and tips with one another.

8 underrated countries leading the way in renewable energy

Discover the hidden champions of renewable energy. We take a look at the 8 unsung heroes paving the way to a clean energy future. Number 7 may surprise you.

VAT, BESS and HEMS: The UK’s new tax relief for energy storage batteries

The UK is expanding its tax relief to all battery storage systems. The move is being seen as a great benefit for consumers, energy players and sustainability.

The Building Energy Act: Germany’s push for clean heating

Germany kicks off the year with a new law on renewable heating. Learn more about the changes for homeowners and which heating systems must be replaced.
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Paragraph 14a – We clarify your 12 most burning questions

Paragraph 14a of Germany’s Energy Industry Act (EnWG) came into force on 1 January 2024, and is causing confusion. gridX and PPC answer 12 common questions.

Café XENON: A look at gridX’s energy management software

From millions of data points to algorithmic logic, learn about the complex software development process that makes XENON an all-star energy management system
Life at gridX

Empowering growth: Learning and development successes at gridX

gridX prioritizes ongoing professional development and continuous learning in the workplace. Learn how three employees used our learning and development budget.

Stop and go: Italy’s rocky road to energy stability

Italy’s shifting e-mobility market is in need of stability. New regulation incentivizing EV adoption and a free utility market are positive signs of change.

A kink in the road: UK’s U-turn on net zero targets

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has delayed net zero targets to ease the cost of living crisis. But what does this mean for future energy policy in the UK?

Breaking the heat wave cycle with heat pump air conditioning

Global warming is causing more heat waves, meaning demand for air conditioning is rising. Learn why heat pump air conditioning is a more sustainable solution.

Putting electricity time of use tariff to use

Learn how the energy optimization behind a time of use (ToU) tariff works and how it can be applied to different use cases to minimize electricity costs.
Life at gridX

Navigating two worlds: Balancing study and career with flexible working models

Jobs with flexible hours allow you to thrive in your studies and career. Learn from two working students at gridX why they love our flexible working model.

The Netherlands conundrum: Low grid capacity, high feed-in

Net metering in the Netherlands means high feed-in, while more EVs and heat pumps increase electricity demand. Low grid capacity makes PV self-consumption vital
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