More versatile services and a greater role in customers' electricity procurement
Solteq Electricity Trade Assists Tampereen Energia in Developing Future Energy Services
Tampereen Energia uses Solteq Electricity Trade to make quotations and contracts to its electricity sales customers. Hedging, managing the forecast of the requirement for GoOs, monitoring profitability and budgeting, for instance, are made based on the information obtained from the solution.
"Thanks to the features and automation of the Solteq Electricity Trade solution, we are able to take on an even bigger role in our customers' electricity purchase and offer them even better and more versatile services. Because the tool bends to many, it also supports our product development made together with our customers and our new energy solutions made for the future,” says Nina Mört-Happonen, Sales Development Manager at Tampereen Energia.
"For us, a good service is a matter of honor and our local experts always work online and over the phone," Mört-Happonen continues. “Thanks to the automation of the operations, we are able to focus on things that are important and useful to our customers. For example, by looking at the customer's energy profile and the development of electricity consumption, we are able to offer our customers the best energy services and the most accurate prices - now and in the future.”
"Thanks to the features and automation of Solteq Electricity Trade, we are able to take on an even bigger role in our customers' electricity purchase and offer them even better and more versatile services."
Nina Mört-Happonen, Sales Development Manager, Tampereen Energia
Tampereen Energia offers its customers heat, electricity, cooling, and intelligent energy solutions and services. The company is actively developing future energy solutions together with its customers.
An important mission is to find solutions to climate change. In 2010, Tampereen Energia made an energy turnaround, thanks to which the company's carbon dioxide emissions from energy production have been reduced and the use of renewable energy sources has been significantly increased. The power plant's electricity is already produced from 100% renewable and local energy sources, which are water, wood and wind.