RWE is one of the biggest energy suppliers in Europe. Our mines and power plants, where we turn lignite and coal, gas, uranium, water and biomass into electricity, shape their local regions – in Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. They guarantee low-cost security of supply in their respective countries – but also within the European grid system.
Tailored solutions for our customers
RWE Supply & Trading (RWEST) is not just a trading company which is active on the global energy markets. Its product portfolio also comprises various services and service packages for trading partners, public utility companies and industrial clients, for whom RWEST develops tailored energy solutions. These include asset optimisation, the construction and operation of highly efficient customer power plants and hedging against temperature risks.?
With the Easy Commodity Trader (ECT), we enable our customers to improve their gas and electricity positions and to lower their market costs. And VIEW offers exclusive online information about the international energy markets as well as the entire range of products and services offered by RWE.
Consultancy services around the world
In today’s globalised world, energy knows no borders. RWE realised this early on. Back in the 1960s, our experts were already exporting their mining expertise around the world – to Australia, India and South Africa, for example. This was the basis for what became RWE Technology International (RWETI), which was founded in 2015.??
Today, its services go far beyond its original consulting remit. In addition to offering support in mining, its international customers can also draw on extensive expertise in power plant construction, modernisation, retrofitting, auditing and repairs. Our team of experts is also happy to help with financial aspects and the optimisation of management structures – from workflows to documentation. Specific local workshops are just as much a part of the programme as improving the environmental credentials of our customers’ power stations and mines.?