Community electricity storage
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Sharing renewable energy
Community battery storage refers to electricity storage systems that are used jointly by several consumers. For example, several tenants in a house, several houses in a defined building area or, more generally, several consumers in a localised environment can join forces to centrally store and use individually generated energy from photovoltaic systems, for example.
The application of these community concepts is always possible if the group of consumers obtains electricity from an electricity supplier via a common meter and is only charged internally to the individual users. For this, the corresponding legal framework conditions must be in place. Thus, a central, shared storage facility can be introduced between the grid connection point and the consumer, which then fulfils a similar function as a home storage facility, but offers considerable additional advantages.