Agder Energi’s mission is to provide clean energy for a sustainable society, now and in the future.
The Group’s activities comprise the generation, distribution, and sale of renewable energy as well as providing energy-related services. Their vision is to be one of the leading companies in the Norwegian renewable energy sector and to actively participate in the green energy market transition.
Agder Energi operates 49 hydro power stations which annually produce 8,1 TWh of environmentally friendly electricity. Through their Energy Management and Trading division they manage 35+ TWh of Guarantees or Origin per annum and until now have contracted more than 2,3 GW of long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) in the European market.
Agder Energi have recently entered new green value chains by establishing partnerships in sustainable battery cell production, and developing offshore wind and green hydrogen projects. The business activities of Agder Energi create considerable value for the community and for their public owners, the majority of which being municipalities within the in Agder region.
Agder Energi have their headquarters in Kristiansand, Norway and have physical activities across the Nordics and Germany. Their energy attribute certificate (EAC) operations maintain a global presence.
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Established in 2009 to facilitate the new trading opportunities arising from the EU ETS, ACT helps businesses worldwide reduce their carbon footprints quickly and cost-effectively through buying and selling environmental commodities for compliance and voluntary purposes. Demand for this service had led the business to grow rapidly in terms of clients, turnover and product range, with offices now located in Amsterdam, New York and Shanghai.
As the global leader in trading environmental commodities, ACT offers unrivalled choice, service and reliability, offering a diverse international portfolio of certificates and physical energy commodities products. ACT trades certificates for carbon emissions, renewable energy and energy efficiency, as well as physical biodiesel, feedstock, oleochemicals and oils and petroleum products. Access to a broad suite of environment-related commodities enables companies to satisfy compliance requirements and meet voluntary sustainability goals.
Sustainable solutions and renewable energy sources play a vital role in corporate responsibility. For many organizations, a well-defined corporate sustainability strategy has become essential to remain competitive. Recognising this, ACT works closely with teams to define the best strategy and creates customized solutions to meet environmental goals for each unique situation.
ACT is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Commerg is a leading broker of Energy Tracking Certificates since 2014, settling the prices for Guarantees of Origin since 2017 for more than 300+ companies. Its platform is a pioneer for pricing, reporting and trading solutions. With a pan-European coverage, Commerg serves efficiently all trading needs of energy companies, trading houses, utilities and corporations in the field of Energy Attributes certificates and Carbon Offset.
Fortum is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. We want to engage our customers and society to join the change for a cleaner world. We employ some 9,000 professionals in the Nordic and Baltic countries, Russia, Poland and India. In 2018, our sales were EUR 5.2 billion and 57% of our electricity generation was CO2 free. Fortum’s share is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.
We are a pre-eminent brand in the realm of “climate change, carbon credit and sustainability solutions” across the globe. We aspire to render strategic solutions for helping businesses and organizations to achieve their climate ambition. Our objective is to rehabilitate the Earth to a low carbon and climate resilient global economy.
With long-standing experience as a provider of carbon neutral and green energy services, First Climate supports private and public sector clients all over the world, including many RE100 signatories, to achieve their sustainability goals. We provide tailored services to develop and implement global renewable energy procurement strategies, which meet CDP requirements and the GHG Protocol guidelines. By leveraging strong business ties to green energy producers all around the globe, First Climate offers individual procurement options for all kinds of green energy products, including global sourcing of Energy Attribute Certificates, and supports corporates in sourcing renewable energy through PPAs or self-generation.
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Hitachi Energy is a global technology leader that is advancing a sustainable energy future for all. We serve customers in the utility, industry and infrastructure sectors with innovative solutions and services across the value chain. Together with customers and partners, we pioneer technologies and enable the digital transformation required to accelerate the energy transition towards a carbon-neutral future. We are advancing the world’s energy system to become more sustainable, flexible and secure whilst balancing social, environmental and economic value. Hitachi Energy has a proven track record and unparalleled installed base in more than 140 countries. Headquartered in Switzerland, we employ around 38,000 people in 90 countries and generate business volumes of approximately billion USD.
The Energy Portfolio Management (EPM) group offers energy market intelligence services as well as commercial energy operations software for optimization of generation resources and portfolios into solution models, forecasting of prices, load, and generation, commodity/energy trading and risk management (C/ETRM) to maximize value and mitigate risk, as well as communication interfaces with market operators. Including:
- Energy Attribute Certificate (EAC) management: The RECTracker system automates the end-to-end EAC, such as RECs and GOOs, tracking and management of processes from generation to assignment and retirement or expiration. RECTracker provides robust functionality for inventory planning and management, capture EAC trades (manual and via imports), EAC management (import account status from registries), counterparty and contract management, positions reporting, matching (by using inventory across several positions), price curve management, manage client margin calls, calculate Mark-to-Market, FX exposure reporting, and settlement and invoicing.
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ICAP Energy AS, part of TP ICAP Group, is a leading voice broker covering the renewable certificate markets and energy markets in Europe since early 2000. Achieving our potential will mean commitment, belief and an open mind. These qualities are expressed in our brand values.
Dynamic. Agile and adaptable; creative and forward-thinking; innovating and implementing change
Expert. Informed, proactive leaders in our fields
Engaging. Working closely with our clients we form strong personal relationships built on mutual respect and trust
Professional. Demonstrating impeccable integrity; delivering high quality, high value services
STX Commodities is an expert at providing market access and creating liquidity in the dynamic, yet illiquid, environmental commodities markets. As the pioneering market entrant, our international team is uniquely positioned to consult on the dynamics of both local and macro European and Global markets. This enables us to offer our clients, whether Renewable Generators or Industrials, Utilities or Corporates, bespoke solutions and deal structures to achieve their voluntary and compliance targets.
The AIB guarantees the origin of European energy by developing and enforcing the European Energy Certificate System – EECS – which ensures the reliable operation of international certificate schemes – and operates the inter-registry communications Hub. The AIB’s members are Europe’s energy certificate system administrators, the competent bodies for guarantees of origin – usually transmission system operators, energy regulators and energy market operators, or the service organisations that administer energy certificate systems on their behalf.
EKOenergy is a global nonprofit ecolabel for energy, helping consumers make extra impact with their choice of renewable energy. The ecolabel exists for electricity, renewable gas, heat and cold. In addition to being renewable, EKOenergy-labelled energy fulfils additional sustainability criteria and finances projects that combat energy poverty.
Users of EKOenergy-labelled energy can use the logo in their publications, on their buildings, and on products made with EKOenergy. This way, consumers can demonstrate their commitment to renewable energy and encourage others to do the same. This helps speed up the transition to a 100% renewable world.
Our label can be combined with all types of sourcing of renewable energy: on-site installations, green power contracts, PPAs, unbundled EACs and more. EKOenergy-labelled energy is currently available in 40+ countries, and counting. The ecolabel is an initiative of environmental NGOs and hosted by the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation.
RE100 is a global initiative bringing together nearly 300 of the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100% renewable power. Led by the Climate Group in partnership with CDP, the group have a total revenue of over US.4 trillion and operate in a diverse range of sectors. Together, they send a powerful signal to policymakers and investors to accelerate the transition to a clean economy.
The RE-Source Platform is Europe’s leading forum for corporate renewable energy sourcing. Through its wide-ranging and innovative Buyers Toolkit and popular annual event for energy buyers and sellers, RE-Source seeks to remove barriers for corporates to renewable energy procurement in support of Europe’s climate and energy goals.
The massive potential represented by corporate renewable energy sourcing can only be realised via increased awareness and the removal of policy and market barriers that currently constrain the growth of renewables in many markets in Europe. We believe that corporate electricity buyers, renewable energy suppliers and policy-makers have a unique opportunity to help Europe achieve its climate and energy objectives by enabling new, competitively-priced renewable energy resources at a scale not otherwise achievable.
WindEurope is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. With over 400 members active in over 35 countries, WindEurope establishes policy positions for the wind industry on key strategic issues. WindEurope also organises conferences, exhibitions, and workshops which provide the industry with the ideal fora in which to showcase research, technology and experiences.