For the first time, three energy suppliers participated in the trial, and consumers will use a digital system to determine who has access to their energy consumption data.
For example, this data is necessary for suppliers to be able to provide suitable contracts to customers. The new feature is that corporate customers can also share energy data from one or more corporate locations.
From apps for understanding your energy consumption to smart charging of electric vehicles: more and more services make you, as a customer, want to get together to gain insights into your energy data. Granting licenses is often still time-consuming. As a consumer, you will also quickly lose overview.
In order to make it easier for customers and service providers to share energy data, joint network operators are studying data service agreement systems. Customers can fully control their consumption data.
In the new pilot, corporate customers can also participate for the first time: companies can grant permission to use their energy data at each location.
The participating energy suppliers are Gazprom Energy, Anode Energy and Van Held.