SSE Chooses Contigo’s enVoy for electronic data transfer with National Grid

SSE selected Contigo’s enVoy communications framework to provide a reliable interface for National Grid EDT.

Fiona Keiller comments: “We were impressed with the enVoy software functionality and ease of use. With our old systems, for example, it had become more difficult to input data, and we were reliant on our IT team for support. However, with enVoy the SSE Energy Portfolio Management Team can input or amend standing data directly into enVoy.”

Fiona Keiller
, ETRM Project Director

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Co-op Energy Chooses Contigo’s Cloud-Hosted ETRM Solution

Following a detailed procurement process, Contigo’s enTrader was identified as the best solution to support Co-op Energy’s trading activity. enTrader is ready to use ‘out of the box’,  pre-configured and pre-populated with industry data, and also easy to use.

Callum Wright comments: “We were quickly drawn to the clean and simple layout of Contigo’s systems with the excellent flexibility when discussing implementation and the various packages. We weren’t forced to take unnecessary elements as part of the install, and the relationship with Contigo was very strong from the start.

Co-op Energy
Callum Wright
, Prompt Trading Manager

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International company selects Contigo’s enVoy

Invenergy chose Contigo as the provider of its UK notification and settlement software as we are able to offer an ‘out of the box’ solution that could be implemented quickly, and is backed by a high quality support service and has insights into the UK market.

“Contigo worked with us to ensure that the system would provide us with all the reports we would need and also helped us to gain CVA accreditation with Elexon to fulfil our contractual requirements. The company has been very responsive to our enquiries and handled the implementation process well, with no delays. Contigo hosts the service for us in the UK and this means that we are able to avoid additional complexities.”

Jonathan Kett
, Associate Asset Manager

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Danish energy company, NGF Nature Energy, uses Contigo’s enTrader

Mikkel Kynde, NGF Nature Energy portfolio manager said: “Prior to using enTrader, we had been using spread sheets, and made the decision to move to an ETRM system to improve our energy trading.  We chose enTrader because of its ease and speed of implementation, its flexibility and because it offered the best value.

“enTrader is easy to use and we have been able to structure trades much more than before. We can now see clearly where our earnings come from, and the software means that we don’t risk making the errors that are possible with the use of spreadsheets, because all trades are imported automatically onto the system.

NGF Nature Energy
Mikkel Kynde
, Portfolio Manager

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Ecotricity moves to Contigo’s enTrader for ETRM Solution

The world’s first green electricity company, Ecotricity, has selected Contigo’s award-winning enTrader as its new, fully integrated ETRM solution.

“We are delighted to be working with Contigo and utilising enTrader and enVoy to evolve our Trading processes. They offer a way for us to remain a cutting edge and flexible arm of a leading energy supplier without the problems and unnecessary complexities of some of the more cumbersome ETRM solutions.”

Ben Gatley
, Head of Trading

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Renewable energy firm Good Energy choose Contigo

South West based energy supplier, Good Energy was looking for a solution to manage its Energy Contract Volume Notifications (ECVN) and approached Contigo after receiving a recommendation for the enTrader Product Suite.

Nick Haines, Head of Trading at Good Energy, said: “By implementing Contigo’s products we benefit from wide ranging inbuilt and user configurable workflow functionality for trade lifecycle management. This delivers an immediate improvement to our operation and will ultimately ensure that the trading function is running as efficiently and effectively as possible, to the benefit of our customers.”

Good Energy
Nick Haines
, Head of Trading

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