Determine your electric power cost savings

Norbert Heinemann Norbert Heinemann

During past years, electric power has become a very expensive raw material. For electric power-intensive companies, the "special equalization scheme" of the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) creates a substantial financial compensation. The savings can even amount up to 50 percent of the total electricity costs. Those who want to benefit from the equalization scheme will have to submit an application to the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control by 30 June every year.

Use our EEG-Savings-Calculator to get an initial assessment of how high your cost advantage could be. Simply slide the controller to your amount of electricity expressed in gigawatt hours or enter it in the input box. Now you can see your potential savings with our support through the EEG apportionment based on the entered amount of electricity.

Our experts will support you claim your savings and show you the steps necessary for a successful application.

The “EEG-Savings-Calculator" is a theoretical sample scenario and contains only general information so it is not a substitute for the necessary, comprehensive consulting. A concrete savings potential is always dependent on a number of other factors. It is not suited to be the basis of economic or other decisions of any kind and is not intended as advice, information or a legally binding offer. Warth & Klein Grant Thornton AG assumes no guarantee or warranty and shall not be liable in any way for the mode of operation of the “EEG-Savings-Calculator". Anyone who makes decisions of any kind based on it does so entirely at their own risk. For this reason we always recommend personal consulting. The "EEG-Savings-Calculator" is subject to copyright law protection. Commercial exploitation, in particular reprinting/reproduction on other websites, newsletters or other publications in extracts requires our consent. Storage for your own private purposes or forwarding for private purposes (only in its full form) is permitted.