• ETS
  • Our web-based Energy Trading System (ETS) covers all aspects of the energy trading environment.

    It enables energy retailers, aggregators and utilities to optimally develop long-term plans for purchases and sales, schedule trades in the short term, and manage energy and financial settlements when trades are executed. Supply options include own generation, bilateral contracts and trade within pooled energy markets, e.g. Day-ahead, Intra-day or Longer Term Forward energy markets.

  • ETS Core

    Core modules provide the core functionality to schedule and settle various supply option contracts.
    Application & User Management

    The Application & User Management module provides the framework to integrate all other modules into a complete unit. It also implements a role-based access control mechanism, allowing the system administrator to control the access levels of individual users at a low level by assigning permissions to roles and associating one or more roles with a user. Configuration is done via a front-end and can easily be implemented based on the specific requirements of the system owner.

    Energy Scheduling

    The Energy Scheduling module stores and distributes all energy schedules related to the various contracts. This includes Day-ahead, On-the-day and Reconciled schedules. A full audit trail is available, making it ideally suited to serve as the official data required for Energy Settlements.

    Energy Settlement

    The Energy Settlement module combines metering and schedule data from the Energy Scheduling module and applies the agreed settlement rules to split the measured energy between the various energy contracts, ensuring the total volume of energy is accounted for.

    Financial Settlement

    Contract settlement rules can be as simple as applying a time-of-use tariff, or very involved, applying reliability of supply criteria, penalties for under/over scheduling or under/over delivery, or other customised contract rules. The Financial Settlement module applies the contract rules to the energy settlement results to produce bills or verification (shadow) bills.


    ETS Supplementary

    Core modules provide the core functionality to schedule and settle various supply option contracts.
    Application & User Management

    The Application & User Management module provides the framework to integrate all other modules into a complete unit. It also implements a role-based access control mechanism, allowing the system administrator to control the access levels of individual users at a low level by assigning permissions to roles and associating one or more roles with a user. Configuration is done via a front-end and can easily be implemented based on the specific requirements of the system owner.

    Energy Scheduling

    The Energy Scheduling module stores and distributes all energy schedules related to the various contracts. This includes Day-ahead, On-the-day and Reconciled schedules. A full audit trail is available, making it ideally suited to serve as the official data required for Energy Settlements.

    Energy Settlement

    The Energy Settlement module combines metering and schedule data from the Energy Scheduling module and applies the agreed settlement rules to split the measured energy between the various energy contracts, ensuring the total volume of energy is accounted for.

    Financial Settlement

    Contract settlement rules can be as simple as applying a time-of-use tariff, or very involved, applying reliability of supply criteria, penalties for under/over scheduling or under/over delivery, or other customised contract rules. The Financial Settlement module applies the contract rules to the energy settlement results to produce bills or verification (shadow) bills.