Author Archive Christian Köhler

Venios at the forum for small and medium municipal energy suppliers in Bad Kreuznach, Germany

On 6th of October 2015, our CEO, Herr Dr.-Ing. Danzeisen, spoke at the forum for small and medium municipal suppliers in Bad Kreuznach about the challenges of digitilization. In his speech and later on the panel discussion he pointed out the groundbreaking challenges municipal energy suppliers currently face and which solutions can be offered in order to tackle these challenges.

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Venios becomes member of the ESRI „Emerging Business Program“

Since this month, Venios is a member of the ESRI „Emerging Business Program“. The program provides Venios with a special package created for high potential startups and enables Venios to work more closely with the ESRI’s product portfolio.

Venios nominated for the Ecosummit Award 2015

The 53 award nominees include Younicos, Grundgrün, Sonnenbatterie, Sunfire, The Mobility House, Sefaira, Solarkiosk, Mobisol, EcoIntense, Thermondo, The CoSMo Company, Carzapp, PlugSurfing, ParkTAG, Visedo, Yetu, GreenPocket, Rockethome, Tvilight, ICE Gateway, BEN Energy, Venios, MetGen, Elcogen and Milk the Sun.

Pictures from “World Energy Council” Event

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VES Implementation Featured in Stw. Bad Tölz’s Quarterly Magazine

Venios customer Stw. Bad Tölz’s quarterly magazine featured the recent implementation of the Venios Energy Solution (VES) in their grid area.

In this project we provided the grid operator time- and location-resolved live-monitoring of the distribution grid based on measured and secondary data processed and analyzed all within the VES cloud system.

VES Bad Tölz Screenshot

Project elements & functions include:

• Analysis of the available data regarding grid topology and local power generation / consumption

• Modeling of the system within VES including plant-and site-specific generation / load profiles, and real grid topology, and then improving the modeling through the integration of secondary data sources such as consumer‘s socio-economic characteristics

• Integration of existing data points from local substations and PV inverters in VES, selection and optimized siting of additional measurement and telecommunications hardware in the grid

• State estimation of the entire grid based on the implemented measurements and models

• Graphical processing and the provision of the grid conditions to the user interface

The feature can be viewed here

Venios wins the Cloud Innovation World Cup in the category “Urban Infrastructure”

Cloud Innovation World Cup Winner

Venios wins the “Cloud Innovation World Cup” in the category “Urban Infrastructure” for its Venios Energy Solution (VES). The winners has been announced in a ceremony on the 17th of June in London, hosted in conjunction with the Cloud World Forum.

http://www.innovationworldcup.com/hall-of-fame/cloud-innovation-world-cup-20132014/

Venios CEO Invited to Give Keynote in China

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Venios CEO Dr. Jonas Danzeisen was invited by the Chinese government to give a keynote presentation on the future of smart grids at the International Smart Grid Conference for Intelligent Control and Distributed Energy Technologies in China on May 18th, 2014.

Venios Featured in an ICIS EDEM Report

Venios CEO Dr. Jonas Danzeisen was interviewed in an ICIS European Daily Electricity Markets report. The article is titled “Germany focuses on larger consumers, renewable generation to make grid smarter”.

PDF: ICIS Article

VES Featured in Geomarketing Journal

Dr. Christian Köhler, Director of IT Development at Venios, was featured in an article about the Venios Energy Solution (VES) in the Geomarketing Journal.

PDF: Geomarketing Journal Article

Venios Featured in an Issue of Die Gemeinde

The Venios Energy Solution (VES) was featured in an article titled “IKT im Verteilnetz der Zukunft – Eine Alternative zum Netzausbau?” (ICT in the Distributed Grid of the Future – An Alternative to Grid Upgrades?).

PDF: Die Gemeinde Article

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