denamics GmbH specializes in microgrid optimization, energy-related software and hardware R&D planning and execution and complex scenario management for world-wide customers.

The company was founded by Dr. Marc Müller-Stoffels in 2017. Marc has lead projects and programs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks such as the Power Systems Integration Laboratory, the Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Commercialization, and the Wind Diesel Applications Center. As Program Director for Power Systems Integration, Marc was responsible for the development and operation of a 500 kW hybrid-diesel microgrid laboratory, including diesel generators, wind turbine and PV emulators, large energy storage systems, and advanced microgrid controls and data acquisition systems.  Marc has collaborated with and consulted utilities, government agencies, community leaders, researchers, and engineers regarding microgrids, associated technologies, and strategy development in rural Alaska, Micronesia, Guam, Australia, Germany, and Russia. He is the co-developer of the Robustness-Analysis, a strategic scenario management method and has implemented this method on a wide variety of projects. Marc completed his PhD and Masters in Physics.