TRE-FOR Energi, based in Denmark, has implemented Brady Elviz ETRM solution for its risk reporting and portfolio management. The implementation will provide TRE-FOR Energi with an in-house capability for risk reporting and portfolio management.
TRE-FOR Energi is a subsidiary of TRE-FOR, a multi energy distribution company based in Kolding, Denmark, delivering power, water and heating to the Nordic power and Danish gas markets. TRE-FOR Energi handles the company’s power sales.
Niels Grovn, TRE-FOR Energi, said: “We have been very keen to upgrade our handling of the risk position and using Brady’s solution allows us to do this, giving us a clearer picture of our position and helping us to increase our efficiency and overall processing time. We selected Brady’s solution for its quick and easy implementation, its already proven ability as the system of choice for other energy companies.”
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