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Power-to-Gas plant from the Next Pool is awarded with the Bavarian Energy Price
The Power-to-Gas-unit (P2G) from our Next Pool has received the Bavarian Energy Price in the category „Energy distribution and storage“. The P2G-unit of the Bavarian city of Haßfurt is operated by Greenpeace Energy. It is able to produce hydrogen from excessive power generated by renewable energies. Since 2016, it is part of Next Kraftwerke’s Virtual More…
Next Kraftwerke sponsors the women‘s team of the Hamburg chess club
Next Kraftwerke is the new main sponsor of the women‘s Bundesliga team of Chess Club Hamburg (HSK). Starting in season 2018/2019, the 14 women of the team will be wearing jerseys with the logo of the Virtual Power Plant. Furthermore, Next Kraftwerke will support the team with their travel expenses. The women‘s team of the More…
Next Kraftwerke and Jedlix launch initiative to use electric car batteries for grid stability
Virtual Power Plant (VPP) operator Next Kraftwerke and Jedlix, an electric vehicle (EV) aggregator and smart charging platform provider, have launched an international pilot project to deliver secondary control reserve (aFRR) through the batteries of electric cars. Tendered by Transmission System Operator (TSO) TenneT, Next Kraftwerke and Jedlix have been selected for the pilot project More…
Next Kraftwerke adds battery to Virtual Power Plant to deliver control reserve in Belgium
Next Kraftwerke, one of Europe’s largest Virtual Power Plants, has teamed up with sustainable energy company Eneco Belgium and battery supplier Alfen to integrate a 2-megawatt battery to its Virtual Power Plant Next Pool. The battery provides frequency control reserve (FCR) to the Belgian grid. The battery is connected through the Next Box, a remote-control More…
A lucid cooperation
Next Kraftwerke has entered into a new cooperation with AgroEnergy and Tenergy. AgroEnergy is one of the biggest energy suppliers for CHPs in greenhouses in the Netherlands. Tenergy supports AgroEnergy in marketing the power generated by the CHPs. Next Kraftwerke has now linked more than 20 of these greenhouses with several CHPs and several tens More…