• Alpiq is a leading Swiss electricity and energy services provider with a European focus. The company is active in power production, as well as energy trading and sales. Alpiq offers its clients extensive, efficient energy services for buildings and plants, transport technology, as well as power and industrial plant engineering.

  • BC-Energy Trade procures electricity and natural gas to its parent company holding Borsodchem, which is a leading European producer of chemicals (e.g. MDI). On the electricity market it operates its own balance group. Besides trading, it provides balance group management services to the BC-Power Plant Ltd (consists of two gas turbines and two co-fired heat recovery steam boilers) and independent trading companies as well.

    BC-Energy Trade employs our portfolio management solution for the management of its electricity balance group. Our IT solution is enhanced with a gas nomination module as well, which is used to communicate with GCA, the Austrian TSO. GCA obligates NUs to use AS4 protocol, which is therefore implemented in our nomination system.

  • Budapest Power Plant Ltd. is the most significant heat and power generator in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. It supplies 144,000 district heated homes while it is also a significant player on the power market. It conducts intensive wholesale trading and is also one of the main players on the balancing market organized by the transmission system operator, Mavir.

    With our solution Budapest Power Plant can now manage this complex activity in an integrated environment. We helped the company reduce significantly the time spent with the tasks and human error that arose due to the complexity of processes. We set up a centralized data storage and reporting system. Data transfer processes are now automated: data is collected from the exchange and the TSO, while the scheduling procedure that is especially crucial in case of balancing market participants is now operates flawlessly meeting the newest regulatory requirements.

    The whole supply chain is covered by our integrated solution: it supports production planning and optimization (for all 5 units), the complete wholesale electricity trading activity, the balancing market  participation, and finally it includes solutions for supporting processes related to physical delivery.

  • Bulgartransgaz, as operator of the gas transmission system, is responsible for the 1835 km total length of internal transmission pipelines as well as the 930 km total length of cross-border transit pipelines and operating the national gas storage facilities.

  • IP Systems provides off-the-shelf portfolio management products for smaller players of the gas market as well. The daily operation of Cross-Inergy, a stable retailer of the Hungarian natural gas market, is supported by our small-scale portfolio management solution with nomination, allocation, metering data and settlement data management.

  • Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP Group) is the national energy company, which has been dealing with generation, distribution and supply of electricity for more than a century. And in the last few decades it has been dealing with distribution and supply of heat energy and natural gas to customers. Hrvatska elektroprivreda is organized as a concern, a group of connected companies (daughter companies).

    The parent company (parent body) of HEP Group is HEP d.d., which carries out the function of corporate governance of HEP Group and guarantees conditions for safe and reliable electricity supply to customers.

  • With a supply capacity of 146 billion m3/year and an overall storage capacity of 32 billion m3 in 12 gas storage facilities, Ukratransgaz plays a very significant role even by European standards. With links to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and Romania, the Ukrainian pipeline system has direct connections to the European infrastructure operating in accordance with uniform principles.