Being very much at home in the energy and water sectors, we use our high level of technical expertise and in-depth knowledge of the market to support our clients in resolving industry-specific issues.
⇨ What does the decarbonization strategy look like up to 2035?
⇨ By when can the energy supply be fully “green”?
⇨ What specific economic business models can be derived from hydrogen?
⇨ Can attractive business models be developed from 5G technology?
⇨ How can the water segment contribute more value added in the future?...
Holistic solutions with industry-specific expertise
Our experts have in-depth energy-economic, technological and business management expertise and always aim to be “on the ball” when it comes to current developments.
- Specifying decarbonization targets and drawing up a binding roadmap
- Realistically evaluating opportunities and risks and deriving a hydrogen strategy
- Devising sound, energy market-based business cases
- Developing business opportunities from assets no longer eligible for renewable energy subsidies
- Assisting in the design of bilateral power purchase agreements (PPAs)
- Developing sustainable water pricing strategies
We are a worthy sparring partner on your subject matter.
References for typical projects
- Virtual power plant – tie-in of PV plants with energy storage
Virtual power plant – tie-in of PV plants with energy storage
As from 2016, the power from solar PV plants rated at 100 kWp and above has to be directly marketed. A chain store owner is considering expanding its PV solar capacity and tying in battery storage to raise power consumption coming from own production. It is being assisted in this by our customer, an energy supply utility. On the basis of its experience with pilot clients, Fichtner develops and evaluates a business model for direct marketing of PV power from plants of 100 kWp and up with integrated battery storage. For this purpose, Fichtner analyzes the structure for feeding residual power to the grid, determines the potential rev-enues from direct marketing, and checks options for utilizing battery storage. The client’s advantages from raising its own consumption are assessed against po-tential revenues in the frequency regulation market. The requirements and costs for technical plant tie-in into primary control power are reviewed. Fichtner creates a remuneration model for direct marketing of PV power with own consumption, with an assessment of the economic performance of battery storage.