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When confronted with business continuity issues, energy giant E.ON used to turn to a printed manual. Now it has introduced a constantly evolving system to deal with BCP challenges. Duncan Wood investigates
KWI, the London-based energy risk technology company, today unveiled a newly developed suite of applications for multi-commodity trading and risk management. The system, known as K2, will replace KWI’s previous flagship product kW3000.
European energy firms are seeking to reposition their products and strategies in advance of European Union market deregulation. FAME Energy reports