In most cases, emergency generating sets are never operational, except during test runs. However, the systems can do much more than just remain in standby mode for those extremely rare cases of grid outages. They can participate in the balancing-energy market and generate additional revenue. In addition, it is possible to use emergency generating sets in a targeted manner to reduce electricity consumption from the grid and thus reduce grid usage costs. If the grid connection is technically suitable, the systems may possibly also be used to cover supply during peak load times for the upstream distribution system operator.
We market your emergency generating sets in combination with our controllable power station fleet in order to generate additional revenue from your system. At the same time, it continues to be fully available for its primary task – providing an emergency electricity supply for your business. According to legal regulations, your system may run for test purposes for up to 15 hours per month, which is your opportunity to generate revenue from the systems and reduce your costs.