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Next Kraftwerke expands to France

In reaction to the new French energy transition law Next Kraftwerke opens up its Virtual Power Plan to French units. Centrales Next SAS is the name of the French sub company. Centrales Next offers products in the field of energy trading and aggregation of flexibility. “Having decided to extend renewable energies, the French government set More… (Published: 19. November 2015 Author: Next Kraftwerke)
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What’s the difference?

UL, an American worldwide safety consulting and certification company, recently conducted a study to learn what makes Germany unique when it comes to renewable energy usage. Next Kraftwerke is one example on how the energy transformation is taking place in Germany. In her White Paper “Putting the Pieces Together: Transition and Transformation in Global Energy More… (Published: 30. October 2015 Author: Next Kraftwerke)
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German Solar Records May Keep Traders Busy on Weekends

Bloomberg Business spoke with our CEO Hendrik Sämisch about the challenges of trading solar power, especially given the ever-growing number of solar panel installations and volatile weather conditions. Read the full article… (Published: 26. August 2015 Author: Next Kraftwerke)
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EURELECTRIC Industry Award Acceptance Speech

On June 2nd 2015, Next Kraftwerke was named winner of the 2015 EURELECTRIC Industry Award at the EURELECTRIC Annual Convention & Conference in Berlin. We are honored to receive this prestigious award and would like to share the acceptance speech of Lisann Krautzberger, CEO of Next Kraftwerke’s Austrian subsidiary. "First of all, dear Mr Mexia, More… (Published: 3. June 2015 Author: Next Kraftwerke)
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The future is decentralized, right?

London-based journalist Tim Probert looked into current developments in the German energy market and takes a closer look at our VPP as well. Read the full story at 'Intelligent Utility'… (Published: 29. December 2014 Author: Next Kraftwerke)
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