Did you ever think about where your energy comes from?

Conjoule connects private energy producers to local energy consumers.

Join now!

Did you ever think about where your energy comes from?

Conjoule connects private energy producers with local energy consumers.

Join now!

Energy from next door

Wouldn’t it be great if we could get our energy directly from next door?

Local products are environmentally friendly, cause less transport costs and strengthen local structures.

Via our platform, as a consumer you can buy energy directly from your neighbourhood. As owner of a photovoltaic-installation you can sell your energy to local public institutions and companies.

Pilot project in Essen & Mülheim (DE)

In our pilot project via our digital platform we connect privately owned photovoltaic systems with local consumers. The test areas are Essen Kettwig and Mülheim in Germany. The project is running since October 2016.

Kettwig is the largest and southernmost borough of the city of Essen, situated directly at the river Ruhr. Kettwig is mostly coined by residential areas as well as local recreation areas, e.g. the Kettwig lake. The borough has approximately 17.700 inhabitants.

Mülheim is a city in the western Ruhr area. With around 200.000 inhabitants it belongs to the metropole area Rhine Ruhr and forms its centre surrounded by Duisburg, Essen and Oberhausen.

Amongst the first larger energy consumer for the pilot, there are a school, the Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium, and a water company, RWW Rheinisch-Westfälische Wasserwerksgesellschaft. The prosumers can choose freely, which consumer they want to supply with their surplus generated energy.


Solar energy for bright minds

Europaschule Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium

The Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium is a all-day school in one big school building. Round about 760 pupils, 60 teachers and 20 additional members of staff live, learn and work under one roof. The social life is highly valued and is being promoted especially by the school’s curriculum. The school also supports various social projects.


Solar power becomes drinking water

Westfälische Wasserwerksgesellschaft (RWW)

RWW is one of the biggest water utilities in Germany. The company runs nine water works and supplies more than 3,000 km pipeline and 135,000 customers and industrial units in the western Ruhr area with drinking and raw water.

Here you find the Website of THG.

Here you find the Website of RWW.

Do you own a photovoltaic system?

Become Conjoule Prosumer!

As owner of a photovoltaic rooftop installation you can decide yourself who you are supplying with your energy. Just register for our platform and choose your preferred regional consumer. Among the buyers you find local companies and public institutions like schools, water companies or supermarkets. Since we can save on energy transport cost with our model, Conjoule can offer you more than the regular feed-in tariff for your energy.

You choose, which consumer you want to supply with your energy.

You offer local companies and public institutions an environmental friendly energy source.

You can analyse the performance of your photovoltaic system on a regular basis.

You support the development of local structures and contribute to grid efficiency.

Become an energy pioneer in your region now!

You have a photovoltaic installation and live in Essen or Mülheim?

Then join our pilot project and become part of the local energy community.

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About Conjoule

Conjoule GmbH, founded in 2017 by energy specialists, aims to make the energy market more transparent and soften current entry hurdles for domestic market participants. The team, consisting of experts of the energy and IT sector, developed a platform where local energy can be bought and sold.

Conjoule acts as a matchmaker between the market participants and simplifies the transaction process. Conjoule is backed by experienced experts from innogy Innovation Hub. 

Get in touch with us, we are happy to present you our solutions for local & decentralized energy markets. Please e-mail us at info@conjoule.com for further information.

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