Few areas of risk management are as complex or challenging as optimising hydroelectric generation – and it’s therefore not surprising that many software vendors have so far failed to meet this need.
This is why Energy Risk was particularly impressed with an innovative software application developed by The Energy Authority (TEA), a Florida-based not-for-profit organisation that provides wholesale energy trading and risk management services to public power entities in the US. The organisation’s
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