In renewable energy supply, there is too much power when the sun is shining, and too little power when it is not. So, how do you prevent a power surplus or a blackout? This is precisely where the “breathing” energy system of aliunid comes in.
In case of a surplus, energy is “inhaled” and electricity consumption increases for a short time. As a result, energy is stored at the end customer. In the event of a shortage, electricity consumption is reduced until the local self-production or the house battery feeds energy back into the grid or “exhales” again. The phase-out of nuclear power and a rapid reduction in CO2 emissions will thus be possible in a reliable and cost-effective manner.
The breathing energy supply of aliunid creates the prerequisite for a successful implementation of the Swiss Energy Strategy 2050.