What is BESS Coin
Each BESS-Coin is backed by every kilowatt of electricity generated by the BESS Kraftwerke and their physical value.
The BESS Token was launched to finance BESS Kraftwerke. From 200 euros, the participant buys 200 tokens; this corresponds to one slice of a BESS power plant, in a ratio of 1 to 1.
Each BESS token is backed by 6.6 kWh of electricity produced. The tokens will initially be offered in Germany and later on the European reserve power market.
BESS Power Plants are able to provide and deliver the high quality "secondary control energy", and the subsequent "minutes also tertiary control energy".
The continuous expansion of BESS power plants may ensure the stability and value of the BESS token at the same time.
BESS power plants are insured from the day of commissioning, with a German industrial insurer "All in One", including operation failure.
In Europe, the electricity market is liberalized, BESS power plants are certified, relieve the power grids and thus have free network access. Existing locations are network junctions - distribution network operators, industrial - purchasing centers.
BESS Coin Roadmap
BioEnergon Green Energy Ltd on shares is founded in London.
Presentation 20 KW BESS prototype at the Intersolar in Munich.
Commissioning prototype BESS 250 KW semi-automatic.
Fully automated prototype BESS 250 KW
Development BESS Token / BESS Coin ICO
BESS Token / Ico Offer
January / September Commissioning 40 MW BESS Hardegsen
End 2. Step BESS token offer
End 3. Step BESS token offer
End 3. BESS token offer
Sales Technical and coordination Europa
Lawer – Solecitor – Adviser
Atti Dikeni Affo
Account Management - Sales and Organition Afrika
Sales Italy – Baltic countries - Western Asia
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