electronic Trade Services
Equias electronic Trade Services (eTS) removes the technology and cost barriers to adoption and provides industrial and commercial businesses, renewable generation projects, aggregators and smaller utilities with the tools they need to take advantage of the digitalisation of energy sales.
Who is it for?
- Energy Supply Companies – Energy Clients
Equias eTS is a cloud-hosted energy trading and risk management (ETRM) system that is fully integrated with Equias’ industry-standard electronic Confirmation Matching (eCM) service and electronic Regulatory Reporting (eRR) service. eTS provides clients with the front to back-office functionality they need to manage their consumption and production hedging as well as optimisation of the digital sales environment. This is done easily and conveniently, and it represents exceptional value.
For Energy Supply Companies – Energy Clients:
- A simple, standard fee structure delivers exceptional value for small and medium-sized businesses.
- Integration with electronic sales channels (single-click trading).
- It’s cloud-hosted – there’s no need to buy, install or manage IT.
- The functionality is tailored to meet the needs of your business.
- It’s a service that can easily be scaled up or down.
- Automated electronic trade confirmation with suppliers.
- Reduced trade breaks and operational overheads.
- Customers can gain significant benefits in term of improved choice and visibility of purchasing options as well as the improved opportunity to sell back their own production.
The way in which energy is supplied in European energy markets is changing. Energy suppliers are increasingly marketing products using electronic sales channels, transforming the way in which energy businesses and end-customers interact. Increasing volumes of energy are being sold and purchased through suppliers’ electronic sales portals or through third-party electronic sales platforms. Thanks to the digitalisation of sales channel, energy can be bought and sold in smaller volumes, at shorter tenors and with greater frequency, signalling a move away from longer-term procurement towards active shorter-term hedging and optimisation that is more characteristic of wholesale trading.