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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.
In the project OptNetzE, funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy within the framework of the funding initiative "Zukunftsfähige Stromnetze", B.A.U.M. conducted research on coordination processes between the network level operators, which are required for the procurement of flexibilities and their network and system-related use. read more
Platone aims at defining new approaches to increase the observability of renewable energy resources while exploiting their flexibility. Platone puts the grid users at the centre. B.A.U.M. supports customer integration at the Platone demo sites and fosters the project communication and dissemination. 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
People make the difference in the transition to our future energy system. Together with an international consortium of six partners, B.A.U.M. developed a practical toolkit for the successful, long-term engagement of end users in smart grid projects. 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 cooperation with John Deere and the University of Applied Sciences in Kaiserslautern B.A.U.M. was responsible for the impact assessment of the usage of a battery-powered tractor in agriculture and for the dissemination of the project’s results. The SESAM project was part of the funding programme “ICT for Electric mobility II” funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. read more