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The main trading options are:
For home batteries (small users) with or without solar panels, with or without overcapacity, there is already an interesting earning model with:
Dynamic power contract and an algorithm. 

The same applies to large users (business users), but here the revenue model is further expanded with the following options:
Frequency stabilization, imbalance trading

Making battery capacity available to resolve minor imbalances on the electricity grid. By accurately supplying extra power to the grid within a few tens of seconds, a battery can ensure that the frequency of the electricity remains at a steady level.

Grid operators offer battery owners compensation for this.

Also (most) interesting for neighborhood batteries.

Grid congestion, trading through peak shaving

Combating grid congestion through peak shaving, which is the storage of peaks in power generation (or availability) and power delivery at times when there is less electricity supply. This reduces the required capacity on the power grid.

Day-ahead market, trading in hourly prices

Hourly rates are put on the auction block one day in advance. The day-ahead market is released every day at 12:00 noon. At that time, the intersection of demand and quantity supplied determines the electricity price and volume for each hour. This price is then paid or received by all market participants who were successful at the auction.

Intra-day market, trade in case of urgent demand, power shortage

After the day-ahead market is completed, the intra-day market opens. On the intra-day market, participants can adjust their market position to better forecasts of demand or production of renewable energy or to unexpected power plant outages. On the intraday market it is possible to trade electricity continuously in intervals of fifteen minutes, an hour or even longer... This market is only accessible via so-called 'aggregators', to whom a fee must be paid for this service.

Yet we see so few batteries at companies and we now want to change that by removing the most common reasons, which are:

  • obscurity

  • no one responsible within companies

  • uncooperative or cooperative suppliers

  • fear of failure or malfunctions

Echter door een batterij te plaatsen breng je juist:

  • more certainty of delivery

  • protection against failure

  • additional income for the company

  • extra capacity for suppliers…

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