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Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court overturns mixed-price system
The Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court (OLG) has upheld Next Kraftwerke's claim and annulled the mixed-price system on the balancing energy market. This will probably revive the previously valid tender procedure on the basis of capacity prices. Hendrik Sämisch, founder and CEO of Next Kraftwerke: "We are pleased that the Higher Regional Court has followed our More…
DA/RE project: first retrievals of redispatch capacities
The Baden-Württemberg grid security initiative “DA/RE” (“DAta exchange/REdispatch”) addresses the increasing volatility and decentralisation of power generation. The aim is to stabilise the entire electricity system by utilising the flexibility potential of decentralised generation units from lower grid levels. Originally launched in the summer of 2018 by TSCNET shareholder TransnetBW, the German transmission system operator More…
Japanese utility Tohoku utilizes NEMOCS to set up Virtual Power Plant
Japanese electric utility Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. (Tohoku EPCO) and Next Kraftwerke have agreed to enter into a basic agreement on a strategic partnership in a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) demonstration project utilizing Next Kraftwerke's VPP-solution NEMOCS. It is the first time that Next Kraftwerke has concluded a basic agreement with a Japanese power More…
Forecasting PV production in the Dominican Republic
In the north-west of the Dominican Republic, F&S Solar, solar project planner and client of Next Kraftwerke, has built the largest solar park in the Caribbean. On an area of the size of more than 280 football fields, 215,000 modules were installed to build the Montecristi solar park. With a total capacity of 116 MW More…
Elektrownie Next awarded for best debut 2018
The Warsaw Commodity Clearing House (IRGiT) has presented its annual “Rozrachunki” award in the category of the début of the year 2018 to Elektrownie Next. The award recognises the most active players and brokers trading on the exchange market in 2018. As a licensed Polish power trader, Virtual Power Plant operator Next Kraftwerke, parent company More…