Kiwgrid’s customer strategy is based on the support of our large partner network.
It's our deep and trusted partnerships that let us manage Europe’s largest energy community.
Together with our 50 trusted partners, we make sure that every advancement of Kiwigrid's Platform addresses real customer needs.
Our highly passionate team is constantly working on improving our technology. As a Kiwigrid client, you can focus on what is most important:
running your businesses successfully.
Kiwigrid: Tailormade to Fit Customer Needs
“With our Energy Solutions, we offer each of our customers tailored solutions for decentralized energy supply. Already now, we are working on expanding our solutions to tackle the challenges of the future such as smart grid integration, demand response and disaggregation. Kiwigrid is the best platform for this.”
– Peter Thiele,
President SHARP ENERGY SOLUTIONS EUROPE
Kiwigrid: For a Faster Time to Market
“We have been working successfully with Kiwigrid for two years. The company combines soft- and hardware solutions with a strong expertise in energy management. We add to this our knowledge of the energy markets. By joining forces, we develop and deploy solutions significantly faster.”
– Dr. Andreas Auerbach,
Management Board member responsible for Sales
Kiwigrid: Reliable & Based on Experience
“As a provider of premium products, we are defining the future of decentralized energy supply by integrating our products and those of our partners in holistic energy systems. Our solutions enable the smart connection of PV-panels, heat-pumps, electric cars and storage. Our partner, Kiwigrid, has supplied us for many years with crucial hard- and software in order to strengthen our unique market position.”
– Detlef Neuhaus,
CEO, SOLARWATT GmbH
Kiwigrid: Scalable & Proven for Mass Roll Outs
“Every week SolarWorld supplies hundreds of people with their own solar power plant. SolarWorld customers form a huge solar community which we connect to through the Kiwigrid solution. That solution enables us to make them more and more independent of conventional energy sources. The future lies in renewable energies and with Kiwigrid we found the right partner at our side to continue moving towards it.”
– Steven Meredith,
Director Global Product Management
As a platform partner, you can use Kiwigrid technology to provide smart energy services to your customers. Specific use cases allow you to offer innovative value-added services to your customers.
As a device partner, we cooperate with manufacturers of combined head and power (CHP) generators, climate control and energy storage systems as well as with manufacturers of power converters, energy meters, and sub-meters.
As a Kiwigrid device partner, you integrate your hardware with the Kiwigrid Platform. As you become part of our eco-system, integration can unlock additional revenue for you.
Metrological data providers and manufacturers of mathematical and statistical analysis software can become Kiwigrid development partners.
As a development partner, you can offer your services to our partners and their end users through Kiwigrid's Energy Market. This provides you with an opportunity to diversify your business at the forefront of a rapidly expanding market.
As a technology partner, we cooperate with specialists in areas such as security, networks, and statistics.
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Joscha is one of the company‘s founders, head of sales and responsible for business development. His tasks include the acquisition of new customers, service to existing customers, and partner management.
The energy and IT company LichtBlick links and optimizes decentralized and clean energy with the help of the innovative SchwarmDirigent platform. Kiwigrid supports LichtBlick's R&D project SchwarmHaus. The SchwarmHaus project enables tenants of apartments to utilize locally produced energy – from solar and combined heat-power generation – and to profit from cheaper electricity tariffs.
SOLARWATT is a leading manufacturer of PV plants in Europe. SOLARWATT provides photovoltaic solutions ranging from small systems for private homes to much larger industrial installations. Kiwigrid supports SOLARWATT with solutions designed to let owners of PV plants measure and control their energy generation and to optimize their overall energy usage and self-consumption.
Kiwigrid 's Energy IoT Platform is at the core of Sharp's home energy management solution SmartChap. With its open architecture, interfaces, and device drivers, Kiwigrid's Energy IoT Platform allows the integration, monitoring and control of energy producers, storage systems, and consumers to maximize self-consumption with solar power.
AQTON SE is an investment holding of the entrepreneur Stefan Quandt based in Bad Homburg v. D. Höhe. AQTON SE currently holds interests in the automotive industry, digital security & identity protection, photovoltaics & smart grid as well as rating. For more information please visit: AQTON.
innogy SE is the leading European energy company with total sales of 46 billion Euro (2015), employing more than 40,000 people, and with activities in 16 European countries. With its three divisions, Grid & Infrastructure, Retail and Renewable Energies, and, it addresses the requirements of a modern decarbonized, decentralized and digital energy world. Focal point of innogy's activities are 23 million customers. The most important markets are Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, and some countries in Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe, especially the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. Regarding the generation of electricity from renewable energies at a total capacity of 3.6 gigawatts, innogy is also active outside these regions, for example in Spain, Italy and the MENAT region (Middle East, North Africa and Turkey). With planned investments of around 6.5 billion euros (2016-2018), innogy is building the energy market of the future and driving forward the energy transition. Innogy started operations on April 1, 2016. The company has emerged from the restructuring of the RWE Group. With the IPO in October 2016 innogy SE became the most valuable energy company in Germany. For more information, please visit: Innogy.
LG Electronics, Inc. (KSE: 066570.KS) is a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances, employing 77,000 people working in 125 locations around the world. With 2016 global sales of USD 47.9 billion (KRW 55.4 trillion), LG comprises four business units ― Home Appliance & Air Solutions, Mobile Communications, Home Entertainment and Vehicle Components ― and is one of the world’s leading producers of flat panel TVs, mobile devices, air conditioners, washing machines and refrigerators. LG Electronics is a 2016 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year. For more news and information on LG Electronics, please visit LG Newsroom.