The Energi Danmark Group is one of the leading energy trading groups in Northern Europe with activities in physical and financial energy trading, carbon and gas trading, portfolio management and associated trading in derivative financial instruments.
We have subsidiaries in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Germany and supply electricity to the entire Nordic region as well as Germany. As a customer you can buy electricity for all departments in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Germany from a single place. We call this unique concept One Stop Shop.
A strong international collaboration across borders enables our customers to achieve safe and efficient energy procurement processes with a special focus on risk management and asset optimisation.
Together we manage your risks!
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Strength through collaboration
The One Stop Shop concept is a solution for companies with branches in more than one country within the Nordic region and Germany. Our mission is to make it easier to buy energy across borders and we understand that all customers have different needs. We can therefore combine tailored solutions in one country with standard solutions in another country.
Trust, credibility and transparency are keywords in the partnership with our customers.
Focus on your core business - and let us help you manage your risks on the energy markets.
September 25 2018. Jonas Lundgaard Poulsen joined Energi Danmark as Trainee in our Trading department right after he graduated. Here he gained a lot of experience, and also learned from his mistakes along the way. Today, Jonas is Head of Energy Commodities. We asked him about his journey in Energi Danmark, and how it is to start as a newly graduate.
September 25 2018. For the first time in almost four years, the price on a barrel of Brent oil is now above 80 US dollars. OPEC will not give in to Trump’s calls for increased production.
The energy markets have experienced a week of further price falls, and the otherwise steadily climbing carbon emissions market has shown that the higher the climb, the further there is to fall, and the fall could be significant.