Equigy enables owners of small-scale assets to play a key role in transforming the energy sector by optimising their interaction with the grid.
Equigy is being rolled out across the Netherlands. Please click here for some Dutch case studies:
Cases in The Netherlands
TenneT is rolling Equigy out across large parts of Germany and is in negotiations with other German TSOs for further coverage. Please click here for some German case studies:
Cases in Germany
Equigy is being rolled out across Switzerland. Please click here for some Swiss case studies:
Cases in Switzerland
Equigy is being rolled out across Italy. Please click here for some Italian case studies:
Cases in Italy
Energinet has formally expressed its intention to join the consortium, which will extend Equigy’s roll-out to Denmark.
TSO European TSOs unlock flexibility
These national TSOs are tasked with ensuring security of supply, so that power is available to everyone at the flick of a switch. This is becoming increasingly complex with the transition to renewable energy, due to the unpredictable nature of renewables. At the same time, electricity consumption is changing, due to growing demand from electric cars, heat-pumps, and other consumer-based devices. In addition, flexible power is being offered by small and diverse consumer-owned storage devices and electric vehicles.
OEMs & IoT devices Validation partners in the blockchain
To validate these small, diverse energy transactions, we rely on data provided by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) of home batteries and electric vehicles and other Internet of Things Devices (IoT devices), such as smart meters, and charging points. These original data sources validate energy transactions, enabling the secure integration of flexibility from a wide range of small, diverse consumer devices and EVs.
Aggregators Pooling flexibility
Aggregators are key to how energy from small and diverse resources is stored, manufactured and fed into the grid. Owners of consumer devices or electric vehicles, for example, can make money selling the excess electricity they generate via an aggregator, giving them an active role in grid-balancing and the broader energy transition. As a market player, the aggregator can help to stabilise the electricity system.