Pioneer of the ener­gy revo­lu­ti­on — Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons deve­lo­ps solu­ti­ons for the inte­gra­ti­on of the electri­ci­ty, heat and mobi­li­ty sec­tors

As a joint ven­ture of the BMW Group and the Viess­mann Group, Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons has been sup­por­ting com­pa­nies and part­ners sin­ce 2016 in rea­li­sing the indi­vi­du­al opti­mum of sus­taina­bi­li­ty, secu­ri­ty of sup­ply and eco­no­my in the sec­tors of electri­ci­ty, hea­ting and mobi­li­ty. One examp­le of this is indi­vi­du­al com­ple­te solu­ti­ons com­pri­sing char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re and solu­ti­ons for mana­ging electric vehi­cle fleets for com­pa­nies and their employees, as well as inte­gra­ti­on into the over­all ener­gy sys­tem of com­pa­nies.

In addi­ti­on, Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons ana­ly­ses its cus­to­mers’ ener­gy sys­tems on the basis of a spe­cial­ly deve­lo­ped IT plat­form and shows opti­mi­sa­ti­on poten­ti­al with regard to ener­gy genera­ti­on, pro­cu­re­ment and con­sump­ti­on. Depen­ding on the customer’s cir­cum­s­tan­ces, a com­pre­hen­si­ve ener­gy indus­try port­fo­lio is pro­vi­ded, which inclu­des com­ple­men­ta­ry ener­gy mar­ket pro­ducts for the hard­ware of the ener­gy tur­naround, e.g. bat­te­ry sto­rage, heat pumps and pho­to­vol­taic sys­tems, and enab­les com­pa­nies to act as play­ers in the electri­ci­ty mar­ket of the future them­sel­ves.

Char­ging con­ve­ni­en­ce and com­pre­hen­si­ve ser­vices make it easy to enter the world of elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty

The ener­gy sec­tor is in the midst of a pro­found chan­ge. Fol­lowing the decisi­on to pha­se out nuclear ener­gy and to move away from fos­sil fuels, the ener­gy tur­naround is incre­a­singly beco­m­ing a lived rea­li­ty. Howe­ver, the­re are still many ques­ti­ons as to what this path may look like and how the play­ers in the field of electric mobi­li­ty in par­ti­cu­lar can pro­vi­de ans­wers to the­se ques­ti­ons. The Munich-based com­pa­ny Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons not only has many ans­wers to the topic of elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty, but also links them with the electri­ci­ty and hea­ting sec­tors to crea­te holistic solu­ti­ons.

A look at our cities and the cur­rent sta­te of public deba­te pro­ves that elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty is a topic of the future: rising com­mu­ter num­bers, rising emis­si­ons and mul­ti­ple con­ges­ti­on on the art art roads on the one hand, and the ans­wers of elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty, which with electri­ci­ty from rene­wa­ble ener­gies repres­ents a pro­mi­sing alter­na­ti­ve, on the other. In addi­ti­on, the announ­ce­ments of the auto­mo­ti­ve indus­try to offer electric or par­ti­al­ly electric vehi­cles for many app­li­ca­ti­ons.

The inte­gra­ti­on of rene­wa­ble ener­gies into elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty is a decisi­ve fac­tor on the way to a tur­naround in mobi­li­ty, along with the high effi­ci­en­cy of electric motors with cor­re­spon­din­gly redu­ced ener­gy con­sump­ti­on. The lower ener­gy con­sump­ti­on also redu­ces ope­ra­ting cos­ts com­pa­red to con­ven­tio­nal vehi­cles, and this is whe­re it beco­mes inte­res­ting for com­pa­nies to con­si­der ent­e­ring into elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty. To ensu­re that this ent­ry is tailor-made on the one hand, but also indi­vi­du­al­ly expan­da­ble on the other, Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons crea­tes an indi­vi­du­al e‑mobility con­cept for each com­pa­ny, which quick­ly saves ener­gy cos­ts in the four-digit Euro ran­ge. At the begin­ning the­re is an indi­vi­du­al loca­ti­on ana­ly­sis taking into account the inter­nal and exter­nal user groups as well as the tech­ni­cal requi­re­ments. This initi­al con­sul­ta­ti­on later saves invest­ment and ope­ra­ting cos­ts. When selec­ting reli­able char­ging hard­ware, which is always tes­ted in coope­ra­ti­on with BMW, Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons cus­to­mers can access a manu­fac­tu­rer-inde­pen­dent pro­duct port­fo­lio of AC and DC char­ging pro­ducts for public and semi-public are­as and home char­ging for employees. The instal­la­ti­on and main­ten­an­ce of the selec­ted char­ging hard­ware is hand­led by the all-round ser­vice, which is avail­ab­le throughout Ger­ma­ny. All work can eit­her be car­ri­ed out com­ple­te­ly by Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons or, if desi­red, hand-in-hand with the customer’s electri­ci­ans. In eit­her case, detail­ed per­so­nal inst­ruc­tion is pro­vi­ded on site when the char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re is put into ope­ra­ti­on. During ope­ra­ti­on, it is made easy for cus­to­mers in terms of bil­ling for all char­ging pro­ces­ses, in order to keep pace with exis­ting fleet manage­ment ser­vices. All char­ging pro­ces­ses — from char­ging visi­tors, guests and employees at the com­pa­ny site, to char­ging employees at home with their pri­va­te electri­ci­ty, to public char­ging pro­ces­ses of third par­ty electric vehi­cle dri­vers — are sum­ma­ri­zed in a clear­ly arran­ged mon­th­ly state­ment.

Bil­ling of exter­nal char­ging pro­ces­ses at a uni­form pri­ce

When char­ging points are made public, Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons takes over the manage­ment of char­ging points and the bil­ling of all exter­nal char­ging pro­ces­ses at a char­ging sta­ti­on. In princip­le, any char­ging point can be con­nec­ted to the public char­ging net­work, and ever­ything orga­niz­a­tio­nal, soft­ware updates, manage­ment of authen­ti­ca­ti­on and access restric­tions or bil­ling of inter­nal and exter­nal char­ging pro­ces­ses is hand­led for cus­to­mers under a ser­vice con­tract. You can think of this ser­vice as that of a telecom­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons

Employees with electric cars now save twice on the mone­ta­ry bene­fit

From now on, employees with a com­pa­ny car enti­t­le­ment will find it par­ti­cu­lar­ly inte­res­ting, as the assess­ment basis for deter­mi­ning the pecu­nia­ry advan­ta­ge for the pri­va­te use of an e‑company car has been favou­red for electric and hybrid vehi­cles sin­ce the begin­ning of this year. The assess­ment basis and thus the amount for the non-cash bene­fit and the resul­ting tax bur­den will be hal­ved. This hal­ving app­lies both to the flat-rate por­ti­on (1% of the domestic gross list pri­ce) and to jour­neys bet­ween home and place of work (0.03% of the domestic gross list pri­ce). Anyo­ne con­si­de­ring swit­ching to an electric and hybrid com­pa­ny car when chan­ging over to a com­pa­ny car in the future can take until 31 Decem­ber 2021 to take advan­ta­ge of the abo­ve-men­tio­ned bene­fits, as the purcha­se or lea­sing will fall under the redu­ced assess­ment basis until this date.

High savings poten­ti­al through the cor­rect inte­gra­ti­on of the char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re into the ener­gy sys­tem of com­pa­nies

With the advent of elec­tro­mo­bi­li­ty in com­pa­nies, char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re is being set up at com­pa­ny loca­ti­ons so that their own employees, cus­to­mers and visi­tors, as well as third par­ties at public char­ging points, can char­ge. The cri­te­ria for a new char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re are often low cos­ts on the one hand and high char­ging com­fort on the other. Both can be ide­al­ly achie­ved with intel­li­gent and dyna­mic load manage­ment. The basic pre­re­qui­si­te for intel­li­gent and dyna­mic load manage­ment is the inte­gra­ti­on of the char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re into the over­all ener­gy sys­tem of the com­pa­ny or pro­per­ty and the cou­pling with the grid con­nec­tion. If the char­ging infra­st­ruc­tu­re is cou­pled to the company’s grid con­nec­tion, the company’s high grid con­nec­tion capa­ci­ty can also be used for fast and effi­ci­ent char­ging pro­ces­ses without addi­tio­nal cos­ts. The load manage­ment sys­tem dyna­mi­cal­ly deter­mi­nes the maxi­mum char­ging capa­ci­ty and makes it avail­ab­le at the char­ging points. If the power con­sump­ti­on in the com­pa­ny drops now, resul­ting in free capa­ci­ty in rela­ti­on to the maxi­mum power at the grid con­nec­tion point, the maxi­mum power for the char­ging points and thus the char­ging com­fort can be incre­a­sed. In addi­ti­on, intel­li­gent load manage­ment pre­vents cost-inten­si­ve load peaks cau­sed by uncoor­di­na­ted char­ging pro­ces­ses by dis­tri­bu­ting the load of par­al­lel char­ging pro­ces­ses even­ly among the char­ging points and at the same time not excee­ding the maxi­mum power of the grid con­nec­tion point.

Intel­li­gent load manage­ment requi­res intel­li­gent electri­ci­ty meters and ener­gy manage­ment soft­ware that inte­gra­tes the indi­vi­du­al char­ging points into the load manage­ment sys­tem. The advan­ta­ge of the inde­pen­dent load manage­ment sys­tem from Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons is that it is manu­fac­tu­rer-inde­pen­dent, mea­ning that com­pa­nies do not have to com­mit them­sel­ves to one char­ging point sup­plier, but can com­bi­ne dif­fe­rent makes.

The intro­duc­tion and use of a dyna­mic load manage­ment sys­tem is not depen­dent on the amount of electric vehi­cles purcha­sed; it can alrea­dy be used with a char­ging sta­ti­on for an electric car. If the electric com­pa­ny fleet is later expan­ded, the backend-based load manage­ment sys­tem sca­les with it.

The cir­cle is com­ple­te: Bat­te­ry sto­rage sys­tems in electric cars sta­bi­li­ze the grid and earn money on the side

The sec­to­ral ener­gy sys­tem trans­for­ma­ti­on with the elec­tri­fi­ca­ti­on of the trans­port and hea­ting sec­tors is also based on a demand-dri­ven grid feed of electri­ci­ty pro­du­ced from rene­wa­ble sources. This can be ensu­red through the use of electri­ci­ty sto­rage sys­tems, and Digi­tal Ener­gy Solu­ti­ons is alrea­dy working suc­cess­ful­ly in this area. Com­bi­ned use cases in the inter­ac­tion of pho­to­vol­taic or wind ener­gy plants and electri­ci­ty sto­rage ser­ve to bet­ter inte­gra­te rene­wa­ble ener­gies into the ener­gy sys­tem. Thus, the sto­rage sys­tem can both sta­bi­li­ze the power grid and con­tri­bu­te to a demand-ori­en­ted grid feed-in of rene­wa­ble ener­gies. If the share of fluc­tua­ting rene­wa­ble ener­gies is to incre­a­se fur­ther, they must work sys­temi­cal­ly and be bet­ter inte­gra­ted into the inte­gra­ted grid. The accep­t­ance and spread of bat­te­ry tech­no­lo­gy is con­ti­nuous­ly incre­a­sing, as it can alrea­dy be used eco­no­mi­c­al­ly in com­pa­nies that have their own ener­gy pro­duc­tion, for examp­le, by means of a pho­to­vol­taic sys­tem.

And this is whe­re the cir­cle clo­ses: what is alrea­dy being imple­men­ted on a lar­ge sca­le today, i.e. the use of bat­te­ry tech­no­lo­gy and manage­ment sce­n­a­ri­os in mul­ti­modal ope­ra­ti­on, pro­vi­des a glim­pse of what will be pos­si­ble in the future with mobi­le bat­te­ries in the con­stant­ly gro­wing num­ber of electric vehi­cles: Mass app­li­ca­ti­on of Vehi­cle-to-Grid, i.e. the reco­very of electri­ci­ty from electric vehi­cles, is alrea­dy being imple­men­ted on a lar­ge sca­le.

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