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Using resources responsibly, sustainably and in an environmentally friendly way is the major challenge if the energy transition is to succeed. This awareness is what drives neoom.

One person who feels changes in the climate and the environment every day is winemaker Robert Direder in Kirchberg am Wagram: “As a winemaker, I am dependent on nature’s resources. For us winemakers, it is therefore of utmost interest to protect them as best we can and to make our contribution to the energy transition.”

That’s why neoom worked out an overall concept together with its partner company ETU (Elektrotechnik Unger). The existing photovoltaic system was expanded from 14 kWp to 70 kWp. To store the produced electricity, a KJUUBE with a capacity of 32 kWh and an output of 10 kW was installed. The energy management is done by means of NTUITY.

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"For us, generating our own energy and the associated energy independence was a major goal. That's why we decided on this project and were wonderfully supported by neoom and ETU during the implementation."
Robert Direder
Winemaker | Kirchberg am Wagram

Direder was also particularly keen to install a neoom BOXX with 22 kWh. This allows green electricity to be offered for e-cars at the winery. Here he is exactly on the same wavelength as neoom.

“We too are convinced that decentralization and electromobility are the be-all and end-all. Decentralized structures relieve the strain on the central networks, which are already under heavy strain. In e-mobility, we need a much better charging structure. Offers like those at the Direder winery make an important contribution,” Walter Kreisel is pleased to say.

"I am convinced that the circular economy in energy production is the only right way. Renewable energies are infinite and are available to us worldwide in some form. We must learn to use them adequately."
Walter Kreisel, MBA
CEO neoom + impact invest, NTUITY & Imhotep.Industries

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