Vision

Vision of the breathing supply

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.

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Battery


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Battery
The battery stores local solar power during the day (inhale when there is a surplus of energy) and releases it to consumers when there is not enough solar power (exhale when there is a shortage of electricity).

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Boiler


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Boiler
The electricity consumption of the hot water tanks in the neighborhood is to be optimized collectively in such a way that the local renewable electricity can be used optimally.

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Electromobility


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Electromobility
Electric vehicles are to be charged by means of an intelligent load management system in such a way that the use of local renewable energy is maximized, and grid stability is always guaranteed.

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Local electricity production


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Local electricity production
Through the interaction of the consumers in the neighborhood, the local electricity production is to be consumed in the local grid in the best possible way.

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Photovoltaics


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Photovoltaics
The private electricity demand is covered by the photovoltaic system - whenever the sun shines. In addition, solar power from the local energy supplier can be supplemented.

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Hydroelectric power plant


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Hydroelectric power plant
The electricity demand that is not covered by production in the local grid can be covered by hydroelectric power from the Valais and Ticino Alps as required via the real-time electricity product.

Measuring demand in real time

Until now, the central power plant has controlled the supply system in a top-down way. Detailed, aggregated information about the energy flows of the end customer was not necessary, nor was it available. aliunid brings a change and controls the energy flow from the bottom up. The aliunid solution uses real-time information on the status of the supply system (output, current, voltage, reactive energy, frequency) from the individual household step by step via the distribution cabinet to the transformer and on to the power plant.

Real-time data from aliunid creates transparency and is the basis for energy efficiency and improvement of the carbon footprint.

Let us show you

Would you like more information or a product demonstration? Write to us at info@aliunid.com and we will be in touch.