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Equias B.V., formerly known as EFETnet B.V., company register number 34197646, with registered office at Keizersgracht 62-64, 1015 CS Amsterdam, (hereafter referred to as “EQUIAS”) is a company, originally founded by the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), for the purpose of implementing automation of standardised energy trading processes between and among its members and with other organisations active in the energy trading business. In November 2017, EFET divested its ownership interest in EFETnet B.V. in order to facilitate further development of EFETnet B.V. to the benefit of the whole European energy trading community including EFET members and the broader EFETnet user community. Subsequently EFETnet changed its name in June 2018 to become Equias B.V.


Equias has a lean organisational structure. Hugh Brunswick remains CEO. The CEO is advised by the Equias Steering Group comprising representatives of the Equias user community on matters related to priorities, investments, marketing and communication.

Legal Disclaimer

In so far as Equias directly or indirectly links to external Internet sites ("Links"), Equias is only liable when having exact knowledge of the content, and the chance to hinder any illegal use. Equias clearly states that at the time of placing a link, no illegal content existed. Equias has no influence whatsoever on the current or future content on the webpages it links to. Equias hereby distances itself totally from any changes that may have taken place since the links were placed. Equias is not responsible for the content, availability, correctness and exactness of the pages linked to, and the offers, links or advertisements on these pages. Equias is not responsible for illegal, incorrect or incomplete content; especially for any damage that might occur by using or not using the information on the linked pages.

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