We develop and market XENON – the IoT-platform for energy. XENON connects all kinds of distributed energy resources (DERs) and enables anyone to monitor and control energy flows in any context.
XENON is an IoT platform to connect, monitor and control any distributed energy resource. XENON comprises the entire infrastructure to prototype, build and scale energy applications.
The gridBox is an IoT gateway developed by gridX. It is compatible with XENON and can be used as an interface to distributed energy resources (DERs). It can run applications to manage DERs locally and report data to the cloud. As the applications run directly on the gridBox it is robust to network outages.
XENON currently supports the following protocols, amongst others:
A full list of all integrations can be found here.
Yes, XENON provides interfaces, to work seamlessly with existing systems such as billing backends or CRMs.
On average, it takes 32 days from signing the contract to the operation of a first pilot.
The installation of the gridBox takes a maximum of 10 minutes. Connect the gridBox to the power supply and the local network via an Ethernet cable. The gridBox then configures itself automatically.
Our platform supports any application with distributed energy resources - from dynamic load management to self-consumption optimization to VPPs.
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We provide companies with a platform to develop their own digital energy products and scale their solutions across countries, independent of manufacturers.
We develop hard- and software to manage energy resources (including charging stations). We do not offer charging stations. We work with a range of manufacturers, providing us with a good overview of the market. We are therefore happy to support our customers in the selection of charging stations.
Dynamic load management distributes loads according to predefined rules while taking the current load at the grid connection point into account. This allows you to operate more charge points on existing infrastructure, eliminates the need to extend the grid connection point, and reduces grid tariffs by lowering peak loads. A comprehensive comparison of different load management types can be found here.
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