About us

Think Tank - Team uxENERGY

Technology and complexity management, design, architecture and development of hardware and software, conception and implementation of projects in distributed systems, real-time data management, Internet and cloud technology, interactive services, as well as for mobile Internet devices.

Bringing together multinational, interdisciplinary development teams. Progressive knowledge management, agile development methods and rapid prototyping form a wide basis for a successful solution implementation.

This team has been working together for many years and was significantly involved in the development and success of the accom, today's NetAachen.
It means that the core team with decades of experience is available for a quick and successful start.


e2cloud Box

e2cloud Box

Decentralized, measurements, control

Trusted Energy Cloud - TEC


Analyses, forecasts, billing



Optimization of regional use




We enable owners of generation plants and/or storage facilities to make optimal use of every kWh in our eCommunity in addition to their own optimization.

Wind park operator


you operate or plan/create wind parks, we support you in regional and national marketing

Network operator and public utilities

Netzbetreiber und Stadtwerke

We achieve observability in the network, thus enabling its optimal utilization.

Research projects

Our research and development projects are divided into three complementary technical and economical areas. The contributions are focused on ICT aspects.
The projects are funded by the BMBF and BMWI.


To meet the challenges of system stability, the "SwarmGrid" project aims to achieve an in-depth integration of decentralised systems for the provision of system services with minimum communication effort by using a collective intelligence approach that has not been tried before. The project is funded by the BMBF.


the necessary information for the energy trade is provided through the accurate collection of data from the generation as well as from the provision of the available conventionally or renewably generated energy. Individual tariff models based on balancing supply and demand are presented using intelligent accounting mechanisms.


The aim of the research project eSafeNet funded by the BMWI is the research, conception and demonstration of an innovative information technology communication approach for the Internet of Energy. Basically, the potential of a dedicated communication network infrastructure using mobile wireless as primary technology and wired transmission technologies, such as powerline, will be investigated.


Current Situation

For years the installation of infrastructure that generate renewable energy has been supported and promoted. As a result, the share of renewable energy in the grid is steadily increasing. Generated renewable energy is partly consumed directly where it is generated. Alternatively, if local demand does not match to local generation, it is fed into the higher-level power grid. Since renewable energy is often generated in large amount at certain points (e.g. in strong solar radiation or a lot of wind), the grid, which must be operated stably at 50Hz, is stressed. In order to be able to keep the balance of the grid, wind turbines or photovoltaic systems currently have to be switched off in certain situations and excess energy is resold at low cost. In order to achieve the actual usage of every kWh generated by renewable sources, innovative solutions must be implemented.

Mission - "We use every kWh"

Intelligent and innovative solutions The Intelligent and innovative solutions applied to use every kilowatt hour, calls for the local consumption of the generated energy (regionalization of use makes sense). Therefore, on the one hand, this relieves the grid, as the energy remains where it is generated. Thanks to innovative battery technologies or intelligent options of further use of energy, every kWh can be used profitably. In addition to batteries that temporarily store the generated energy, innovative solutions must be used that convert electrical energy into other types of energy, such as heating and cooling or gas fuel. The use of storage devices, such as batteries, is an alternative for every homeowner to increase the coverage of their own needs by self- generated energy. Heat pumps also contribute to this goal. Infrastructure that produce hydrogen for gas-powered vehicles is more likely to be seen in an industrial context.

Complete regional use of locally generated energy