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For the last severel years, we advised a large number of companies of all sizes in all sectors, a large number of municipalities and regions as well as public institutions and ministries. We collaborated with numerous partners in joint projects at national and international level.
Below you find a selection of our projects with satisfied customers and partners. If you would like to have more information about individual references, do not hesitate to contact us.
B.A.U.M. is one of the partners of the Forschungscampus FEN which is funded by the BMBF. The association of institutes of the RWTH Aachen University and of industrial partners investigates and develops the automation of the power grid and DC grid applications for a future grid with a high share of fluctuating and decentralized renewable energy sources. read more
On behalf of John Deere, B.A.U.M. prepared several studies for the project Smart Farm(cility) within the framework of the funding programme „econnect Germany“. These studies contributed to the development of a mild hybrid tractor with an easily exchangeable Li-Ion battery. Furthermore, B.A.U.M. supported public relations work of the project. read more
Coordinated by B.A.U.M., the consortium of the EU funding project AlpEnMat developed the standardised event format JAM BITE. At the same time, JAM BITE serves as a networking platform, which connects SMEs offering innovative and sustainable technologies and services for the Alpine Space with investors and clients. read more
On behalf of the German Society for International Cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit - GIZ) B.A.U.M. supports the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro becoming a sustainable campus. The main focus is the preparation of a sustainability report in accordance to the standards of the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). read more
In the research project PolyEnergyNet B.A.U.M. and nine other scientific and industrial partners develop a model for decentralised control intelligence of energy networks. The project receives funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy within the framework of the research initiative “Future-proof Power Grids”. read more
On behalf of the GIZ, B.A.U.M. Consult Munich/Berlin is conducting a coaching and training programme for regional marketing and the marketing of regional products in two regions of the Kosovo: Anamorava and Drini. read more
Within the framework of the EU CONCERTO Programme, the SEMS project started a local energy transformation in four communities in Germany, Luxembourg, Austria and Poland. B.A.U.M. had a leading role in developing the project’s concept integrating experience derived from implementing citizen energy concepts. read more
In the European Union funded project ALPGRIDS a consortium of 12 partners, among them B.A.U.M. Consult, develop an Alpine microgrid model to foster low-carbon energy communities. The transnational approach aims to create an enabling institutional, socio-cultural and economic environment to successfully take off microgrids in the Alpine Space and beyond. read more
On behalf of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, B.A.U.M. coordinates the support project of the initiative ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus. The support project is in charge of supporting and evaluating the projects as well as of building up a Smart Grid Knowledge Community. read more
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, B.A.U.M. coordinated the ancillary research of the funding programme “ICT for electric mobility”. In the framework of this programme, seven pilot projects examined technologies and services for the integration of electric mobility in energy and transport networks. read more
15 partners from five countries of the Alpine Space carried out 13 pilot projects testing and demonstrating how mobility could enter the solar age. B.A.U.M. coordinated the EU project CO2NeuTrAlp. read more