ENGIE Global Energy Management & Sales extends the use of Orchestrade to its B2B/B2C supply and PPA activities

ENGIE’s business entity “Global Energy Management & Sales ”, that optimizes the Group’s assets portfolio including electricity, renewable technologies, natural gas, environmental products and bulk commodities, while developing an external supply franchise worldwide, announces the successful implementation of Orchestrade for all its B2B/B2C sales, power renewable assets activities, certificates trading.
ENGIE Global Energy Management & Sales extends the use of Orchestrade to its B2B/B2C supply and PPA activities

After deploying successfully the Orchestrade solution to manage its commercial and hedging activities in 2019, ENGIE decided to extend the use of Orchestrade to its assets and supply activities.

GEMS is now using Orchestrade to manage Gas and Power Supply (B2B and B2C) positions (including certificates - White Certificates and Guarantees of Origins), as well as renewables power assets (including PPAs). The breakthrough consists in linking Orchestrade to our supply and renewables ecosystems, in real time, with daily updates of consumption and production forecasts, and monitoring risks in an unified way in one single application.

“After the migration of our trading and hedging activities, the teams were eager to manage assets and supply activities in Orchestrade. The ability to manage variable volumes until delivery was a game changer especially as intermittency plays a bigger role in markets” says Alexandre Cosquer, executive committee member of ENGIE’s business unit “Global Energy Management & Sales”.

“We have leveraged on our revamped information system and full-fledge architecture to allow a fast and clean integration of Orchestrade for assets and supply activities. We have managed to link successfully Orchestrade to our in-house systems where supply and renewables are described in full details. Our ecosystem is now fully cloud based and adaptable to our clients’ needs through short development cycles. It is giving us a competitive edge in a fast changing environment.” states Ludovic Quesnelle, CIO of ENGIE’s business unit “Global Energy Management & Sales”

ENGIE is now in production at their Paris, Brussels, Singapore, London, Rome and Madrid sites, and soon to be deployed in other geographies. The objective is to use Orchestrade for all activities, in all geographies.

“Managing assets and supply with variable volumes is a first of its kind in energy management. We are delighted to partner with ENGIE to bring this innovation to the market” says Hakim Erhili, founder and CEO of Orchestrade.