In the framework of the dena RES project in Poland, e2m began to implement concrete measures with its national branch established specifically for this purpose in Poznań in order to make its tried and tested virtual power plant usable for local Polish marketing structures. This step pursues the aim of establishing and permanently operating a VPP in the framework of the e2m infrastructures established in Germany. To this end, the implementation of software and hardware adjustments/developments to be adopted on the Polish market is required.
Another aim is to build a sustainable marketing and utilisation structure on the Polish market. In addition to the operation of the VPP, this also includes advice and support with regard to ensuring remote controllability of the Polish energy generation and consumption plants and the connection to the aggregation power plant. e2m already provides the complete infrastructure for the safe operation of a VPP and has certifications throughout Europe.
More information on this is provided in a press release.
With its Renewable Energy Solutions Programme, the German Energy Agency (dena) pursues the aim of establishing German technologies at important sites in third countries and facilitating the entry into new markets for participating companies. The dena RES Project Poland is implemented in the context of the dena Renewable Energy Solutions Programme, which was established by the German Energy Agency and is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in the framework of its “Renewable Energies Export Initiative”.
Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena)
The Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena) – the German Energy Agency – is Germany’s centre of expertise for energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and intelligent energy systems. dena’s aim is to ensure that energy is used in both a national and international context as efficiently, safely and economically as possible with the least possible impact on climate. dena is working with stakeholders from the worlds of politics and business and from society at large to achieve this aim. Shareholders in dena are the Federal Republic of Germany, KfW Bankengruppe, Allianz SE, Deutsche Bank AG and DZ BANK AG. www.dena.de/en
German Energy Solutions Initiative
The transfer of energy expertise, the promotion of foreign trade and the facilitation of international development cooperation are part of the German Energy Solutions Initiative, which is coordinated and financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. The initiative offers networking and business opportunities in Germany and abroad, it showcases reference projects and facilitates capacity building. www.german-energy-solutions.de/en
The dena RES Programme was developed by the Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena) – the German Energy Agency. This programme (co-financed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy within the German Energy Solutions Initiative) supports renewable energy companies entering new markets. Within the framework of the programme reference and demonstration projects are installed nearby designated institutions in different countries around the world. The installation is accompanied by comprehensive marketing and training programmes. These projects impressively present high-quality renewable energy technology. www.german-energy-solutions.de/en/res