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Here is how to purchase energy at a good price!

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CEO Birdseye Energy Consulting GmbH

I am on a quest to bring more Energy Managers into industry. Energy Efficiency is behind on Renewable Energy and that is because it is less exciting (is it?) and labour intensive (each situation...

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www.eurelectric.org writes: “Through dynamic pricing consumers can make use of their flexibility by consuming at different points in time.”

In this way, they can profit from (at least) part of the wholesale price volatility of high level electricity markets.The most basic minimum infrastructure required is smart meters.

What does it mean for your enterprise? That you can save much on your electricity bill (and maybe gas?) if you: 1) Have a smart meter; 2) Are able to shift part of your consumption in time; 3) Go to your supplier (or another!) and ask for Dynamic Pricing.

What will you have to do after? You can look where in your enterprise you can shift consumption, also making use of storage. Not only batteries but also (cheaper) heat and ice storage. To know more please contact me in the comment. 

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