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Next Kraftwerke among Growth Champions 2020
Next Kraftwerke is one of the 500 companies in Germany that business magazine FOCUS and statistics portal Statista have chosen as Growth Champions 2020. The Growth Champions 2020 are a list of the top 500 companies in Germany that achieved a high percentage growth in sales between 2015 and 2018. In the "Energy and Utilities" More…
Next Kraftwerke forecasts production of Osaka Gas PV unit
Japanese gas and power company, Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. and Next Kraftwerke, operator of one of the largest Virtual Power Plant (VPP) in Europe, have agreed to conduct a joint verification on solar power generation forecast. Starting today, Next Kraftwerke will forecast the PV production of the 1 MWp solar power station located in Yura. More…
When less is more: Nouryon stabilizes the grid with Demand Side Management
The sites of Nouryon in Rotterdam, Hengelo and Delftzijl not only produce and supply salts, chlorines and lyes for the industry - with flexible production they also help to balance the Dutch electricity grid. Through Next Kraftwerke‘s control system, Nouryon can respond to the activations of transmission system operator TenneT in the event of major More…
Next Kraftwerke is Germany’s largest solar power trader
German energy journal E&M confirms in its 10th survey on power trading: "With an output of more than 3,100 MW, Next Kraftwerke is still by far the largest solar direct marketer in Germany and was able to increase its lead over the number two (...)". According to E&M, we are thus also the only company More…
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…