Redispatch 2.0

In order to avoid overloading the power grid, the output of a power plant can be regulated: using the so-called “Redispatch” principle. If there is too much power being fed into the grid, the power plant is prompted to reduce its output. 

With the launch of “Redispatch 2.0”, which is planned for October 2021, the existing regulations of this power plant deployment planning are to be transitioned to a uniform system. As a result, more and more renewable energy operators will become part of the Redispatch processes and the so-called Redispatch merit order.

The following is more detailed information on what changes are in store for you as the operator of a renewable energy plant, and how we can help you cope with those changes.

Good to know:What does Redispatch 2.0 mean?

A unified system for power plant deployment planning: What you need to know.

What renewable energy plants are affected by redispatch 2.0?

All systems producing renewable energy with a total output of >100 kW will be subject to the new regulations, regardless of their previous feed-in management, legal subsidies or direct marketing.

What changes are in store for you as an operator?

Operators of renewable energy plants will be facing more obligations and changes due to Redispatch 2.0. These include, among other things, data recording and provision, coordination processes with grid operators and compensation for lost work.

Why Redispatch 2.0?

The transition is intended to optimise the entire information and data exchange system and improve power grid operations. Redispatch interventions are to be deployed more efficiently and more specifically thanks to greater experience and significant information exchange.

ContactYour contact person

We inform you comprehensively about the impact of Redispatch 2.0 on your plants. Contact us now!

Markus Hahler

Portfolio Management Energy Trading

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