With the liberalisation of the energy market as a consequence of European laws and regulations, a free energy market has been created in the Netherlands in which a distinction is made between supply, transportation and consumption measurement.
Energy purchasing is complex. Organisations are free to choose their supplier(s) and are themselves responsible for the purchase of gas and electricity.
Pricing is the consequence of many components that vary day to day, such as the price movements of crude oil, the Euro/Dollar exchange rate, supply and demand and geopolitical circumstances.
Collective purchasing of energy offers organisations and cooperatives many advantages.
EMC has purchasing experience in the field of gas and electricity and looks after the implementation of the total project. From logging the required information to setting up and managing the agreements. EMC follows market and price movements day by day.