Over the last years, Powel has developed into a leading supplier of innovative software solutions for energy producers and energy traders throughout Europe. Our portfolio currently includes major clients such as Uniper, RWE, Luminus, E.ON, Enel, and Axpo.
In this video, you can meet some of our customers who participated at Powel's annual Strategic Client Meeting in Düsseldorf 27 - 28 November 2019:
Topline growth of five percent
An incredible 90 percent of all power generation in the Nordic region is planned by using our solutions.
“We have a history and a track record showing that our clients can achieve top-line growth of five percent using our solutions. Our aim is to achieve a further five percent, through improved prognoses, automation, and better market operations,” says Stefan Zähringer, Vice President Sales at Powel.
Powel has clearly distinguished itself on the international stage with its software solutions for production planning and the optimisation of power generation. The portfolio is made up of software/optimisation models for many types of power stations, such as hydroelectric, coal, gas and other adjustable power.
“Our models create production plans that optimise profit by participating in the electricity market. This is how we help energy producers to make the best possible use of their resources, within the restrictions that apply at any given time,” says Product Manager at Powel, Camilla Thorrud Larsen.
Romande Energie is optimising a complex watercourse
The Swiss company Romande Energie is optimising a complex watercourse using software from Powel. In order to get full value from the solution, they are now expanding the optimisation model with additional power stations.
Solutions offering great flexibility
The Swiss company Romande Energie is optimising a complex watercourse using software from Powel.
Agder Energi Nett and Powel have developed new technology to meet the future DSO role. The electrification of society and an increased share of renewable energy in the power system makes it more difficult for grid companies to operate efficiently.