Why a service?

In order to create a customized energy operating system for our customers, a service phase is always required before product implementation. However, it is also possible not to go further into product implementation after the service phase has been completed. This is ensured by the gatekeeper principle, which is an integral part of our projects. In this way, we aim to minimize the risk for our customers and ensure that the software rollout makes sense. Where there is no efficiency potential, none can be exploited. However, a service on its own can provide significant benefits because it can answer the question:

What would have to be changed in the existing energy system to create the basis for such efficiency potential?

We derive a detailed roadmap for our customers.


A service is divided into different work packages and within the work packages again into different tasks. A relatively precise processing time can be assigned to the individual tasks. The sum of the processing times of the tasks then leads to the processing time of the work packages and thus to the project or service duration.

The daily rate varies with the complexity of the task and thus the qualification of the personnel and can range from the rate for an analyst to a managing director, depending on the required competencies.


Depending on the issue, different topics can be focused on. In this case module bundling makes a lot of sense for a service.


System Configuration: 

Would you like to know whether it makes sense to change or technologically upgrade your existing energy system? Perhaps you are faced with the decision of whether to invest in a CHP plant or a PV system?


System Sizing:

You have already decided on a system design or received concrete specifications, but now you want to know how the system is optimally dimensioned? Should it rather be a large or a small battery?


System Scheduling:

Your energy system configuration and sizing is complete and you want initial insights into how you should operate the overall system and how the system components should interact with each other?

Potential Analyses: 

You do not want to take care of the operational control of your system yourself, but you are not sure whether you should invest in the SlothBox? What efficiency gains would you achieve by doing so?


You have implemented SlothBox and SlothBrAIn runs your energy system autonomously, but you want to make sure you are always up to date or maybe you need small adjustments?

Readiness Check:

Do you want to know if the infrastructure of your energy system is up to date? Are the sensors, controller and other hardware components ready to reduce energy costs and emissions?