A functioning market and an effective network regulation are the keys for a successful energy transition.
To achieve a functioning European energy market, an even tighter cooperation between transmission network operators in the areas of planning, system security, and market integration is necessary.
The trends of digitalization and decentralization pose great challenges for distribution system operators and municipal utilities, but also creates opportunities for sustainable positioning.
Through decentralization and digitalization, production and demand will inevitably be interconnected.
Multilateral regional cooperative projects can only be successfully and economically realized through a neutral, efficient, methodical, and energy-industry-competent project manager.
The implementation of legal and regulatory requirements demand for flexible business processes and efficient IT systems.
Distribution grid study on behalf of the BMWi to quantify the need for modernisation and expansion of the German electricity distribution grids in the context of the turnaround in the energy policy up to 2017, 2022 and 2032 and to evaluate the potential of intelligent system technologies.
The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) has mandated E-Bridge Consulting in conjunction with the Chair and Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics…
Mexico 2017-2018The implementation of Mexico's energy reform and the Energy Transition Law has created an unprecedented base to boost the participation of renewable energy (RE) in the energy matrix, setting targets for electricity generation from clean energy sources, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the country.
In 2015, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) commissioned GIZ to implement the Large Scale Solar Energy Program in Mexico (DKTI Solar) within the framework of the German Climate Technologies Initiative (Deutsche Klimatechnologieinitiative DKTI). The Program pursues a technology-oriented approach (photovoltaic and solar thermal) for the introduction…