ENERTRAG is security with energy
Everything is nothing without energy. Our great-grandparents had to work up to 20 hours for one kilowatt hour energy – today we only need approximately 1 minute. This is the source of our prosperity. In the past hundred years, nearly everything that is combustible in the thin layer of the earth crust and atmosphere was used up: coal, oil, gas, wood and all types of biomass.
Our house is burning.
By now, not only some scientists but all of us are aware that this cannot continue. However, the question of the appropriate solution gives rise to bitter debates: hydropower, solar energy, geothermal energy, tidal power, wind on land or at sea, nuclear power, nuclear fusion or even more biomass or a mixture of everything, called energy mix?
We are on the independent side of physics here. We know that a secure, sustainable and inexpensive energy supply is only possible through wind power, photovoltaics and hydrogen. All other solutions are either too expensive, not sustainable, too uncertain or simply not sufficiently available. We are putting this knowledge into practice.
Since the commissioning of our first wind turbine, our goal has been and is secure and sustainable energy generation. For this purpose, we establish our own networks without burdening the supply networks and ensure uniform plant control of all our plants. Furthermore, we store energy in the most durable and simplest of all energy sources: hydrogen, and strive to supply all energy sectors in a balanced manner, from electricity to fuel through to heat. And therefore we are active wherever it is necessary to make wind power compatible and to gain sufficient support for making it the basis of our energy system.
Thus we plan projects profoundly and in long-term coordination with all the relevant stakeholders. We build as much as necessary, but large plants. We ensure the shutting off of unnecessary light signals, only lay underground cables, take care to ensure the largest possible distances between man and machine and plan our activity in such a manner, that no species is endangered and nature is preserved.