The share of renewable power production in Europe increases steadily and with this market volatility. To remain competitive in this segment, utilities need integrated and cloud-based IT solutions. EnBW, as one of the large energy utilities in Germany and Europe, will use Powel DeltaXE, a cloud-based software solution for power and gas scheduling, position management and the power plant dispatch in European Markets.
“We welcome EnBW in our Powel and Volue community. EnBW has significantly increased investments and earnings in the renewables business in the last years. The mission of our green-tech group, Volue, is to help our customers to succeed in the massive transition from fossil to renewable energy by offering digital technology and deep industry knowledge,” said Trond Straume, CEO in Volue.
“To catch new business opportunities, time to market, flexibility and a high degree of automation is key for us. The competencies and experience that Powel DeltaXE stands for along with the extensive power and gas market coverage make the Volue group our ideal strategic partner. Powel DeltaXE Software-as-a-Service will cover the entire 24/7 processes and serve as our new European Physical Asset Trading Solution,” said Benjamin Karsten, Head of Power and Gas Scheduling in EnBW.
“We are proud that EnBW decided to use Powel DeltaXE and we are looking forward to a close cooperation. This strategic cooperation confirms our market-leading position in the field of power production optimisation, dispatching, trading and scheduling. I am honoured to lead our strong growth in the European power production and energy trading market,” said Stefan Zähringer, General Manager Powel AG and GmbH.
The Volue group was founded in 2020 in response to the accelerating energy transition and the need for integrated and cloud-based solutions. Volue is built on decades of history and strong market positions and is serving the European energy industry with software, insights and services to increase yield and sustainable growth.Click below to share this article