Exnaton and Sunvigo Develop New Electricity Tariffs for Prosumers

Zurich/Cologne – Exnaton and sunvigo have entered into a cooperation agreement for the supply and billing of green electricity. The innovative tariffs are intended to offer so-called prosumers long-term security.

An environmentally conscious population is looking for energy security with the prospect of cost savings. According to a press release, the Zurich-based software company Exnaton and the Cologne-based energy supplierSunvigo want to offer so-called prosumers - customers who both produce and consume electricity - an innovative tariff. Sunvigo offers an electricity contract where power can be sourced from the company's provided solar installation at a fixed rate of 16 cents per kilowatt-hour. Such a contract runs for 20 years, after which ownership of the solar system is transferred to the homeowners. If the self-produced electricity from your own roof is not enough, Sunvigo customers also benefit from favorable conditions on the European Power Exchange EPEX. For the combination of self-production and dynamic residual electricity tariff, Sunvigo relies on the billing platform PowerQuartier from Exnaton, a spin-off of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH).

The announcement states that Exnaton and Sunvigo will host a webinar titled 'Smart Prosumer Tariffs as the Key to Energy Independence' on February 29 from 10 to 11 a.m. to introduce their joint project to the public. Information on the project will be available at the E-World fair in Essen from February 20 to 22. ce/ww

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