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From energy monitoring to flexibility marketing: different Home Energy Management System use cases
From energy monitoring to time-of-use tariffs, Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) can be tailored to meet user preferences and market requirements. Learn how.
Energy
Why you should consider batteries when scaling high power charging
Existing infrastructure is often unable to handle the high loads caused by High Power Charging (HPC). Batteries enable load shifting to enable high charging speeds without costly expansions.
Energy
Why Home Energy Management Systems in Europe remain a patchwork
Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) in Europe are subject to a patchwork of regulations, creating different needs in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
Energy
Energy-as-a-Service 2.0: When life gives you lemons
The smart meter rollout in Germany will cause costs for prosumers to rise. But with energy-as-a-service, market players can turn it into an opportunity.
Energy
It's a gas crisis, not a heating crisis
Gas prices have reached record highs. Heat pumps provide a clean and cost-efficient solution to the gas crisis but we must first overcome a few challenges.
Energy
Why energy flexibility is still only provided by large-scale power plants
Regulation must be the catalyst to bring energy flexibility to small-scale renewable assets and maximize self-sufficiency.
Energy
Energy security: how to become independent from Russian gas and oil
Germany is reliant on Russian fossil fuel imports. The Ukraine war has made energy independence through renewables and energy efficiency a pivotal concern.
Energy
12 excellent resources for energy data to rely upon
Discover 12 must-use energy resources we use on a weekly basis for insightful and up-to-date energy charts, energy data and energy research.
Energy
Power-to-hydrogen explained
Using electricity to split water into oxygen and hydrogen opens up an array of possibilities to transport and store energy and integrate power with mobility and heat – but the conversion also has substantial drawbacks.