Putting the Prosumer in the Center of the Energy Transition With OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES
Key takeaways from our latest conversation with OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES, featured on our energenius podcast mini-series!
We sat down with OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES’ Co-Founder and CTO, Florian Kaiser! OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES provides digital value-added services to private and commercial “prosumers” with an operating system to monitor and control distributed energy devices. In this of episode of energenius, Florian shares how OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES’ solution, ELEMENTS, allows energy service providers to control decentralized energy systems on one platform, discusses how SAP and OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES both put the prosumer at the center of the energy transition, and shares how OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES evolved from a student project to a full-fledged startup in the utilities industry.
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Here are some of our episode highlights with OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES’ Co-Founder & CTO, Florian Kaiser!
“The energy provider of today is changing to a future energy service provider. It is about selling added value services to their prosumer customers. We offer a solution where energy providers can change their business model for the future.”
Standing Out from the Competition
“We developed an Android for energy; a middleware where we speak to all of the energy devices in the building, we connect them to a control box of ours, and then we enable any application to run on top of that and make use of the millions of distributed energy devices.”
Working With SAP
“SAP and OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES both see the prosumer in the middle, and we both know that the future energy supply will be focused around those prosumers and added-value services. We can connect our ELEMENTS platform to SAP and exchange information and sell those added-value services, and it seamlessly integrates into the SAP system that utilities already have today.”
On Becoming an energenius
“No matter whether it’s in the energy industry or not, the important thing is that you don’t just take it as it is and think you can’t change anything. It’s important to realize that you can make a change and if you try hard, you will get the opportunity to change the status quo. There is a huge transition in the next 15–20 years in the utilities industry, I think it needs more people with IT skills or engineers that will really sit together and imagine the future energy system and how it could work with those millions of devices. And it needs good partners! The energy transition is a huge challenge, and we need to partner and put our forces together.”
Learn more about OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES’ solution here.
Read more about SAP.iO Foundry Tel Aviv’s utilities cohort here!