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The enera Roadtrip: Two project staff members are on the road with bicycles through Friesland and East Frisia. Their goal: to talk to the people on site and to get them excited about their vision of the energy transition project. Here you can find out which places they visited and what this journey has to do with smart metering systems.
430 kilometres in eight days - how the bike tour draws attention to the energy transition project enera.
enera is all about sustainability and digitisation - in particular how the energy generated can be integrated into the grid as completely as possible and transported to the places of demand, how the control of the plants can be avoided and which new, data-driven business ideas can result from this. Popular support is crucial for the project goal and the energy transition.
Because this goal is hard for most customers to imagine, Frank Glanert and Kim-Christopher Granz set off for the first time in 2017 to bring these topics to the region. And because things were already going so well last year, the team members of the project repeated the road trip: from Varel via Jever, Norden and Emden to Wiesmoor - this time with the aim of providing information about the smart metering systems. The result? Over 350 discussions with the local people and numerous speeches.
We at enera want to install almost 30,000 intelligent measuring systems in households and commercial enterprises free of charge by 2020. To achieve this goal, the project needs volunteers who want to support the energy transition.
Frank and Kim believe that with the enera Roadtrip they have already inspired a part of the population to install these intelligent measuring systems. "It is often the personal conversations that are the key to success", adds Frank Glanert.