In a joint project between a major German city and a leading European energy group, we accompanied the re-municipalization of the municipal energy network. The aim of the project was to ensure the smoothest possible change of ownership of the grid from an energy company to a city. Central tasks were the carve-out of the grid company from the energy group and the development and implementation of a target structure on the municipal side.
Extensive new tasks of a transmission system operator lead to considerable changes in personnel requirements. The aim of the project was to identify the capacity and competence requirements relevant to the company in order to subsequently expand them and secure them for the company in the long term. In particular, the extraordinary effects of technological change, the temporary increase in network expansion and digitization were included in the planning.
For several European district heating network operators, e.venture benchmarked business processes in the areas of sales and infrastructure networks. In addition to process-related cost recording, the benchmarking focused on cost-, performance- and quality-related KPIs. The results serve as the basis for systematic identification and definition of measures that significantly increase efficiency.