Experts in energy flexibility
De energy transition is in full swing. The share of renewable energy in the energy mix is increasing, in particular in the electricity sector. Not just in Western Europe, but globally. This has already led to more price volatility in electricity markets. For example, last year there were over 100 hours with negatibve elelctricity prices in Germany. By making your production process more flexible you can capture opportunities and avoid risks.
Recoy can help you with this. Our solutions focus on:
- Energy-intensive industries
- Consumers with flexibility options
- Technology development in the area of energy flexibility
There us an urgent need for a global energy transition as outlined by the United Nations and explained by Morgan Freeman.
Large energy consumers can make their energy consumption more flexible. Investments in energy flexibility can pay back themselves quickly, with 15% savings on the energy bill possible. Want to know how?Know more?
The end consumer can become more flexible in energy consumption, in particular when the consumer has access to an electric car, battery storage, an electrical boiler or heat pump. Cooperation is needed.Know more?
Recoy invests in new technology such as energy storage for heat and power. If we really see a smart energy solution that can increase energy flexibility, we are prepared to invest. And not just time and effort.Know more?
LATEST FEATURED PROJECTS
ENERGY BALANCE OPTIMIZATION AT A LARGE STEEL MANUFACTURING PLANT.
With an existing – but old – power plant on site, consisting mainly of steam generators feeding steam turbines, the goal of the client was two-fold. First, to provide operators with real-time guidance on the use of the power plant components, so that the quarter-hourly energy commitments could be respected and costly imbalance penalties avoided. Second, to optimize the weekly commitments to take best advantage of daily electricity price peaks and lows in a realistic machine utilization plan.
REACHING 15% SAVING ON THE ENERGY BILL AT AN INTEGRATED PULP AND PAPER PLANT
The pulp and paper industry is one of the most energy-intensive industries. This case is considering an integrated Pulp and Paper plant with an energy demand above 1000 GWh of electricity and steam consumption of over 4 millions tons per year, which translates to energy costs close to 30% of the production costs. The CHP unit is using bark and black liquor resulting from pulp production together with fuel and covers almost 90 % of electricity demand and 100% of steam demand