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Connecting electric devices to drive the energy transition
Nowadays, the integration of decentral renewable production (mostly PV) and e-mobility into the electricity grid poses a huge challenge. tiko has created a solution that is capable to connect residential and SME (small-medium enterprise) electrical devices like heat-pumps, batteries, solar panels, electric car charging stations, and direct heating systems.
With the tiko home energy management system (HEMS), the owner can optimize their electricity use, save energy, and lower their bills. Owners can also share their energy in communities and microgrids to locally consume, optimize, and share their energy. On top of that, devices can be aggregated together into a virtual power plant (VPP) where the owners can earn money by offering the flexibility of their devices on energy markets.
The tenants have made energy savings up to 35% by using tiko at its full potential (having a minimum of 3 programs per room). according to the french electric mix, this saving represents a co2 reduction of 1,5 tons
Mobility EV plugged into a bidirectional charging station can feed up to 20 kilowatts of power back into the grid. This would amount to 60 megawatts across Mobility’s entire car-sharing fleet.
Heat recovery system
Low temperature heating of premises by recycling waste heat from refrigeration systems
Installation of photovoltaic panels for low-income communities
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