Vattenfall to automate energy trading

The utility continues to invest in the Netherlands with the acquisition of a startup that can provide savings and greater flexibility for power customers.
Photo: Elisabeth Redlig/Vattenfall
Photo: Elisabeth Redlig/Vattenfall

In an energy system increasing powered by intermittent electricity, rapid flexibility is becoming more and more crucial – both for a the large, power thirsty industrial consumers aiming to buy cheap and for owners of solar, wind and energy storage facilities seeking to maximize earnings.

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