We know what we're capable of. We've written a few success stories already. We want to be the best. To achieve that
we critically question our abilities: we do research, we develop things ... And,
step by step, we move towards the future, for example with power-to-gas
or "green" ideas such as biogas transportation. This way we stick to our core
competency while remaining open to innovation and the development
of intelligent products. This also means daring to do new things, looking at
what the future may offer, and developing recipes for the future.
We can't do magic and we don't want to be magicians, but we are exploring various
ways of storing energy. Power-to-gas is a remarkable technology which already is
available. It's a very promising, interdisciplinary system solution. We, Open Grid
Europe, see power-to-gas as a much-needed solution for the new energy age and are
engaged in the development of this technology. We are convinced of "solar energy and
wind in the gas grid", i.e. power-to-gas!
Yes, a product can be intelligent because what is always meant are the strategies
and paths surrounding the product itself. Intelligent, efficient products, Industry
4.0, Big Data, the Internet of Things ... there are many catchwords to describe the
energy transition. It has an impact on all market players, including us. Since the
beginning of what is also known as the "energy turnaround", not only the costs have
been growing but also the challenges and the responsibility for finding sustainable
solutions and for jointly identifying and embarking on new paths. And yes, this
could also be about biogas from chicken dung. Not an easy undertaking, but we'll
... but what we've achieved so far is quite impressive and something we are proud of. We place high demands on applicants, but not higher than the demands we place on ourselves.
Whether it's pay, employee satisfaction, family friendliness or career
opportunities - we have high standards and targets for all benefits we
provide as an employer. Others call it Employer Branding, for us it's a
natural thing to do. But it's no reason for us to rest on our laurels
because we can always do that little bit better.