The energy sector is facing major challenges to meet the demands of global warming mitigation and today’s efficiency targets. The share of renewable energy sources is growing at a significant rate and there are already indications of challenges in controlling the grid balance in highly distributed energy generation topology. Solar power plants and wind farms are good ways to generate CO2 free electricity, but the production of both is difficult to predict and almost impossible to control. Nuclear energy will still play a significant role in producing electricity when the wind and solar do not deliver. Nuclear energy production is efficient, but it is also rather difficult to control and unable to keep up with rapid changes in energy demand. New environmentally sustainable power management solutions are needed to maintain the grid balance. This white paper will introduce a way to turn passive backup batteries into a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) and several alternative use cases for Virtual Power Plants.