Dr. Thomas Hillig Energy Consulting - THEnergy

THEnergy is a consultancy firm highly-specialized on microgrids/mini-grids and offgrid renewable energy. We focus on commercial and finance solutions and also cover technical aspects in larger projects. We started in large-scale solar-diesel hybrid projects for the mining industry. Over time, we also have added smaller applications such as off-grid renewables for hotels/resorts and rural electrification.

The following figure provides an overview of our consulting services. The first offers are all microgrid/minigrid/off-grid related (microgrid consulting services). In the last row, you find our market entry services for the European renewable energy, storage markets, and e-mobility markets. We combine our marketing know-how with an unmatched network in the clean energy segment.

The majority of our clients got to know us through our workshops. They provide very dense information and will safe you weeks/months of work. Are you interested? In the "workshop" section of our homepage you find more information. We also provide workshops tailor-made for your needs.

Many know us from our platform of "Mining and Renewables" and "Renewables on Islands". Here you can find more information about these two attractive microgrid segments.

TWITTER: THEnergy on Top 100 list for Renewable Energy

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Hillig to present at Microgrid Global Innovation Forum in London:

Thu

23

Aug

2018

Top 5 Hybrid Energy News (Solar- and Wind-Diesel-Hybrid + Microgrids) – July / August 2018 by THEnergy

The new edition of our “Top 5 Hybrid Energy News” is mainly about projects in rural electrification. It covers projects in Australia, Gabon, Alaska, Great Britain, and Ethiopia.  The new edition features Aggreko, Younicos, Gold Fields, ENGIE, Ausar Energy, SAFT, Moixa Energy, Hitachi, and General Electric.

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08

Jul

2018

DiscoverHydropower: A visit to four hydropower plants in Portugal, Scotland, and Iceland

While falling costs of solar and wind power plants have sparked a boom all over the world, hydropower is marginalized in many regions. A recent visit by four energy experts to four hydropower plants in Portugal, Scotland, and Iceland raises the question of whether hydropower can play a role in the energy transition toward renewables.

 

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Dr. Thomas Hillig Energy Consulting
Pestalozzistr. 40b
D-80469 München

info @ th-energy.net
Tel.: +49-152-36186442