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Danish tech firm gets support from Amazon for virtual power plant

Hybrid Greentech has been selected for the Clean Energy Accelerator Program set up by Amazon, which sees huge potential in a new technology acting as flexible virtual power plant.

Hybrid Greentech's virtual power plant consists of a portfolio of batteries from energy producers, which together make up a source of flexible power, which can be dialed up or down through the use of software, depending on what the electric grid needs. | Photo: PR Xolta

A solution for taking the pressure of the electricity grid, increasing the lifecycle of batteries and selling surplus power on the market at optimal prices at the optimal time – fully autonomously.

This is what Danish tech company Hybrid Greentech has invented.

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