Danske Commodities offers production management and trading services for combined heat and power plants and industrial production facilities. Our trading capabilities allow customers to capture profit from spot, intraday and reserve markets, and we dispatch to the highest yielding markets across Europe.
Combined heat and power plants (CHPs) offer valuable managerial opportunities in volatile electricity markets. With the integration of more renewable energy sources, conventional producers can no longer rely exclusively on the spot market. To capture opportunities in the rapidly growing short-term power market, CHPs need to be connected to intraday and reserve markets.
Because of our first-hand experience from the DTU CHP, which is owned by Danske Commodities, we understand the challenges and opportunities that conventional asset owners face. We work in close cooperation and provide the tools needed for asset owners to optimise production from the early planning phase until the power is delivered.
ARC: Amager Ressource Center
Kirstine Hansen, Market Manager
Located in Copenhagen, Amager Ressource Center’s (ARC) waste-to-energy plant turns burnable waste into power and district heating, and thereby contributes to a better climate and environment for future generations.
Danske Commodities handles ARC’s production balancing and optimises its production by trading the power produced.
We design individual solutions based on our customers' needs. Get in touch with Sam Østergaard to find out what we can do for you.
Our plant near Copenhagen, DTU CHP, provides us with unique insight into the opportunities and risks power plant customers face every day.
Our core business has always been energy trading. We currently trade in more than 30 countries, specialising in renewable energy and emerging markets.
Danske Commodities works with many partners. Learn more about what we have done for some of our customers and counterparties throughout Europe.