Standard Business Models

An important basis for customers’ decison making lies in the economic use of our system products: LARET and EIES. Using standardized models, we offer proof of business efficacy to our customers, which during the first phase, the Implementation Study, are adapted to proposed concrete installation projects. 

Below we present our five standard models for the economic application and operation of our system products. All five models are chosen depending on the application and created for the actual situation of the customer.


Simple Sales Model

This model describes the sale of hydrogen gas as an energy commodity.


Distribution Model

This model describes the sale of the gas as an energy commodity produced by the EIES system. Basis for this model is the 1 to n relationship between the production side and consumption side.


Stock Exchange Model

This model is based on the purchase of surplus energy from regional energy stock exchanges. The model considers the purchase of surplus energy and energy sales in the supply-and-demand context.


Substitution Model

In this model, surplus energy is used for complementing (replacing) of already available conventionally produced energy with industrial-scale energy consumers (GW- or TW range). Our research indicates that in the next 20 years, an excess of electricity produced by renewable energy sources will be available.


Promotion Model

This model considers typical national-regional promotion models for the encouragement in expansion of renewable power production, storage, and use.

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