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54. Energy Trading: it is now man vs. machine - Redefining Energy podcast
- Jul 15, 2021 7:55 am GMT
The development of renewables has made power markets much more volatile, hence “volatility is the new gold”. Harnessing that volatility requires skills much beyond the traditional Energy Trader’s capabilities: welcome to the new digital energy trading system.
To discuss those changes, we are invited Peter Bance, CEO of Origami. Origami’s patented technology enables energy companies to seamlessly bring together real-time data from physical assets, financial markets, and existing customer systems to optimise power trading.
Peter offers us a view into a new type of Energy Trading where the Grid is dominated by Renewables.
We thank again Aquila Capital for supporting the show: www.aquila-capital.de/en/
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