Battery storage systems can take on many tasks within the transition to sustainable energy. The provision of primary control reserve, as handled by the six large-scale battery systems from STEAG since the end of 2016, is just one example. With the BASNA (Battery Systems New Applications) project, we are investigating further application opportunities for battery systems at home and abroad. We are open to project suggestions and/or cooperation. Please contact us.
Gas and steam power plants, which produce both power and heat at the same time, have many advantages: they are comparatively quick and cost-efficient to construct, are extremely energy efficient and flexible in their operations as they can be powered down or up as required. This is a key benefit because, with the transition to sustainable energy, the fluctuating infeed resulting from renewable energies must be balanced out to an even greater extent. Thus gas and steam power plants make an important contribution to the flexible modification of the supply to the actual demand and to shaping the transition to sustainable energy. A business sector in which STEAG sees great potential for itself and others - and in which we as Trading & Optimization are happy to engage with interested partners.
With the "STEAG OneOpt" optimization network, decentralized production plants are interconnected with conventional large-scale power plants as well as with new technologies such as large-scale batteries, and integrated into 24/7 management. This means that synergies, for example, from mutual collateralization, can also be used. Through this bundling and central control of different assets from our own and external portfolios with different flexibilities, we can draw on almost unlimited resources and optimize the value of the assets - from the procurement of raw materials to efficient and individual marketing by Trading & Optimization.