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Renewables Market Report 2023
The year 2022 turned the energy markets upside down. Electricity prices were traded at wholesale for ten times as much at times as they were before the pandemic, when energy trading seemed to be in order. The crises rolled over, and with them the really sensitive energy and commodity markets, which prompted politicians to make far-reaching interventions on the generation side. Currently, there is a discussion at the European level whether these market interventions can be transformed into long-term solutions. These developments are part of the new enervis market report, in which we evaluate the market values of the past year.Find out more ...
Wind energy from the North Sea: Evonik and EnBW conclude long-term power supply contract from the He Dreiht offshore wind farm
enervis advised Evonik on the successful signing of a 100 MW offshore PPA.Find out more ...
Study: Powering the Future of the Western Balkans with Renewables
The power systems of the Western Balkans are the most polluting in Europe. Their transformation towards renewables has begun to take shape. Yet, the pandemic, together with the war in Ukraine, have made this endeavour more complex.Find out more ...
Phasing out coal in the EU’s power system by 2030
To provide a foundation for a fact-based discussion on completely phasing out coal in the EU power system, Agora Energiewende tasked enervis to develop 2030 coal phase-out scenarios.Find out more ...
enervis study: The Future of Lignite in the Western Balkans
In November 2020, the six Western Balkan countries signed the ‘Sofia Declaration’ committing themselves to climate-neutrality by 2050.Find out more ...
Study: Need for support for the conversion of coal-fired power plants to biomass
The switch to biomass enables the CO2-neutral continued operation of coal-fired power plants that are to be decommissioned and can make a substantial contribution to security of supply. Find out more about the costs and subsidy requirements of such conversions here (in German language).Find out more ...
Model results for CHP tendering – Reference study KWKG
According to the German Combined Heat and Power Act (KWKG), attractive funding opportunities exists for both, conventional CHP plants and innovative CHP systems. The enervis reference study on the CHP tenders provides a model-based outlook on the upcoming tender round and supports the determination of an individual bidding strategy. (In German language)Find out more ...
PPA and market value atlases for revenue evaluation of renewables
We have been offering market value atlases for the valuation of wind and PV in direct marketing since 2014.Find out more ...
April 13th, 2023
Easy evaluation of market PPA prices with the PPA Atlas PV
April 20th, 2023
Gas procurement by municipal utilities and industrial customers - What options exist in the market and what impact does this have on companies?
April 27th, 2023
New impetus for the heating turnaround? - The future of the heating market in Germany
»enervis on site« 2022
The increasing complexity of the energy markets makes it necessary to separate the important from the unimportant. In doing so, it is important to combine detailed analysis with a sense of proportion and appropriate preparation. Read more...
Sector coupling shifts sales volumes between the energy sources power, natural gas, synthetic gases and district heating and threatens gas networks in particular. Read more...
Strategy: Continued operation. Potentials & business areas
From 2020, more than 4,000 MW of existing wind turbines will be seeking new revenue and marketing options outside the EEG. Read more...