Power Market

The structures of the power market are becoming increasingly complex. In this environment, it is much more challenging for all players to make the right decisions in good time, position themselves successfully and assert themselves sustainably.
We continuously and purposefully observe the changing framework conditions and market structures. We systematically identify and record relevant information at an early stage and analyse it with our power market models. We filter out substantial factors, identify trends and drivers and assess their significance for market and price developments as well as business models.
Independent and recognised power market analyses and power price forecasts form the basis of our many years of successful consulting activities. Based on these fundamental analyses, we develop tailor-made options for action and market strategies for our clients and map them in detail in individual, concrete business cases.

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Your Contact

Mirko Schlossarczyk
Fon +49 (0)30 695175-0
E-Mail: mirko.schlossarczyk@enervis.de

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