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European power trading innovation: Data begets more data

Historic and real-time fundamentals are not the only information show in town, says software provider Kyos

A revolution in data availability in the European power markets offers a growing list of market participants both opportunities and challenges in management and interpretation. And it has also spawned a host of new service providers offering solutions to these actors. In the first of a Petroleum Economist series, we spoke to Cyriel de Jong, founder of software and advisory services firm Kyos Energy Analytics, about how the market has evolved and about how data spawns more data.   When we talk about ‘big data’, what do we mean in the European power market context? de Jong: The growth has been very much focused on data related to short-term trading and balancing markets. With more intermittent



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