For purchasing electricity EMC has developed a strategy in which risks are restricted and a keen price is established. The implementation of the total project is looked after, from logging the required information to setting up and managing the agreement.


EMC looks after or supports the purchase of electricity for about 200 organisations each year. In most cases there is collective purchasing, which offers extra advantages.


There is a chain of players operating in the Dutch electricity market:

  • The electricity producers
  • TenneT, the manager of the national high-voltage grid
  • Regional managers of the high-voltage (distribution) grids
  • The scheme manager who purchases the electricity for the supplier
  • The electricity suppliers
  • The Energiekamer (Energy Office), the supervisory authority for (among other things) the electricity market.


Electricity for the Dutch market is traded on the APX-ENDEX exchange.

For current information on market and price movements you can contact EMC.