Storage Systems as Backbone of German Energy Transition – Business Models and Opportunities
The energy transition does not work without energy storage systems. ENTEGA AG, a pioneer of the German Energiewende, is engaging in several storage business models and focuses on achieving a level playing field for technologies that balance energy generation and consumption. The presentation gives an overview of the main political demands for market-ready storage business models and provides an outlook on the German way how to deal with an almost volatile power system in 2030.
Matthias W. Send (* 1960) studied Law in Germany. Since 2006 Matthias W. Send has been working as General Manager and Head of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs at ENTEGA AG in Darmstadt, the leading energy service provider in the region of Rhine-Main-Neckar and one of the biggest regional utility companies in Germany. From 2007 he is Executive Vice President of ENTEGA Foundation but also Chairman of the Board of the ENTEGA NATURpur Institute gGmbH – both subsidiaries of ENTEGA AG.