Software house of the year

Awards 2004

Nobody can deny that energy risk technology companies felt the effects of Enron’s demise and the resulting energy market fallout. But some of these firms managed to survive, and prosper, by adapting to the tough market environment. KWI, which counts BP and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) among its customers, is a case in point.

The London-based energy risk technology company, founded in 1993, has consistently proven its innovative spirit, by investing in technology upgrades and by

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