From e-mobility to smart homes
The energy transition is a done deal, but many of the milestones that need to be achieved by 2030 currently still pose huge challenges. Whether it's the range of e-mobiles, the charging infrastructure or the necessary expansion of renewable energies, climate-neutral construction and heating or sustainable transport options - there are still many more questions than answers and, not least, visions that should one day become reality.
As a leading technology consultant, P3 has been working on this progress since 2008. We started in the automotive sector with topics around the electric powertrain and the battery. Since then, we have steadily expanded our portfolio - a logical consequence for P3, because our interdisciplinary teams can optimally apply their skills in this challenging terrain.
We have long counted energy providers, grid operators and suppliers among our customers and, in addition, continue to provide decisive impetus: For example, P3 has initiated the construction of a German cell factory and is currently working together with other players from industry and research on the topic of megawatt charging for commercial vehicles.
Interdisciplinary teams that think out-of-the-box
For P3, energy transition means much more than switching to renewable energies. We don't just develop solutions and technologies, we incorporate them into digitalization. Our latest topic is sustainable building and living - a challenge with countless facets. Only when components such as photovoltaics, energy storage, heat pumps and e-mobiles are optimally coordinated will the best possible and, above all, user-friendly results be achieved.
That's why we are currently focusing on bidirectional charging, i.e., charging devices that are so flexible that they can not only supply a house or an e-car with energy, but can also deliver their charge to the power grid when it is not needed in the household. This even makes it possible to earn money - a development that will play a decisive role on the road to the energy transition in order to convince end consumers as well.
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