regryd enables contracting companies that specialise in providing heat and electricity to expand their portfolio and generate new energy services.
Contracting companies help energy consumers, suppliers and generators to procure and market energy. Contracting is a form of cooperation in which a contractor supplies energy to the client within a defined period. Depending on the contracting model, the cooperation might entail providing heat, electricity, cold or compressed air, and in some cases operating the associated systems.
regryd energy storage systems enable contracting companies that specialise in providing heat and electricity to expand their portfolio and generate new energy services. Thermal storage technologies and systems with cogeneration technology are the fastest and most effective way to reduce and replace the use of natural gas. Regenerative heat and thermal storage systems facilitate secure, climate-neutral and cost-efficient heat supplies.
regryd is suitable for the following contracting models
- Energy saving contracting
- Energy supply contracting
- Systems contracting
- Third party financing
Application scenarios + Dimensions
regryd can be placed above or below ground as a systemic storage solution and is scalable for all application scenarios. Our environmental and energy experts will work with you to plan and calculate the solution that is right for your application.
100 residences Total living space 10,000 m², annual heat requirement 750,000 kWh
— Diameter / height: 7,5 m
— Volume: 330 m³
— Storage capacity: 135 MWh (Charging with electrical energy, e.g. from wind / PV, storage temperature 850 °C)
This amount of heat can supply the district with heat (heating and hot water) for one month in winter.
Municipality with 122 inhabitants, 30 single-family houses
— Diameter / height: 10,5 m
— Volume: 910 m³
— Storage capacity: 380 MWh (Charging with electrical energy, e.g. from wind / PV, storage temperature 850 °C)
This amount of heat can supply the community with heat (heating and hot water) for about 6 months.