Flexibility is key in a changing market

Power markets continue to change, and those of Northern and Western Europe are developing into traded markets resembling other commodity markets with increased liquidity. The tendency is changing from many small start-ups towards market consolidation with fewer big players. Another significant trend is the increase in intermittent energy from distributed energy resources, which means that market players must stay flexible.

Staying on top of such market developments demands that we are agile and can act fast as a unit. Our trading teams are backed by our IT Development department, which ensures large amounts of data can be processed, essential to optimum trading.

Our experience in handling big data is what makes Neas Energy ready for the new market conditionsAnders Kring - Head of Physical Asset Management
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