Bavarian Coordination Office for Regulatory Sandboxes at the FfE

The aim of BayKoRL is to inform, support and bring together individual groups and companies to develop a holistic project idea.

The Bavarian Coordination Office for regulatory sandboxes (BayKoRL) was set up by the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy to support Bavarian applicants and their regulatory sandbox ideas in applying for the federal funding program “Regulatory Sandboxes of the Energy Transition”  (Reallabore der Energiewende). The aim of BayKoRL is to bring together interested partners to form consortia with innovative project ideas. In addition, BayKoRL assists with the technical and scientific aspects of the application process, helping transform ideas into a well-crafted regulatory sandbox application.

“Our goal at the Bavarian Coordination Office for regulatory sandboxes at the FfE is to bring different sectors together. We want to act as a catalyst, ensuring that trend-setting ideas become the networks and consortia required to create the innovative test spaces which can make the energy transition a reality!” says Dr.-Ing. Christoph Pellinger, Managing Director of FfE.

The BayKoRL

  • Are you a company that has already developed a project idea for an energy transition regulatory sandbox, but are still looking for suitable partners?
  • Are you a consortium with a regulatory sandbox idea, but need help getting started on the path to a project application?
  • Do you have a project idea that you would like to have tested scientifically and professionally for its suitability for the energy transition regulatory sandboxes?
  • Are you a municipality whose properties offer the real-world conditions needed for the successful implementation of a future-oriented idea?

Then contact us at BayKoRL@ffe.de – fill out the provided form (currently only availble in German) with your data and your project idea and send it to us. Or just give us a call!

We look forward to receiving your exciting project ideas and developing them further in joint workshops and discussions. Together with other interested parties, holistic approaches can emerge that lead to a promising regulatory sandbox application.