Wind and solar energy plants generate electricity, CHP systems produce heat, power-to-gas systems generate hydrogen, and biogas upgrading plants turn biogas into biomethane. But what to do with all this decentralized energy? Trade between the various players – generators, traders and end users – is necessary to deliver this energy. Sales opportunities and delivery models are as numerous as they are various. There are decentralized approaches like heat and electricity contracting, tenant electricity models or local heat delivery, regional green electricity marketing, direct marketing and biomethane trade via the grid, electricity and gas trading in the stock markets, energy derivatives and green electricity products for end users, conventional electricity and gas procurement agreements, green electricity certificates and trading of hydrogen and biomethane as fuels.
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