Danske Commodities challenges market inefficiencies with international trade, moving energy from where there’s more than needed to where it’s needed most.
As an agile energy trading house, we compete with established players to bring freedom of choice and fair energy prices to producers, suppliers and consumers.
We trade across borders, ensuring that energy markets stay competitive, efficient and balanced. Every minute of the day. Every day of the year.
We challenge. We compete. And then we repeat.
Benefitting from increased scale and automation, Danske Commodities reported a strong financial performance, delivering EBIT of EUR 50 million in 2019. We delivered these results in a transformative year for DC; we became part of Equinor, entered the US and onboarded promising, new business.
We're expanding our business model on a global scale. Through a new commercial function dedicated to global trading and market development, we're looking to expand DC's power, gas and certificates trading outside Europe, and offer optimisation, balancing and hedging services globally.
Our presence in the British renewables market grows, as we add three new long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with UK wind farms Hywind Scotland, Sheringham Shoal and Dudgeon for a total of 438 MW.
We’re teaming up with Danish NGO PlanBørnefonden to educate solar energy electricians in Benin. Through the project ‘Benin Shines’, we want to help provide access to renewable energy in one of the world's poorest countries by harvesting Benin’s most promising energy source – the sun.
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Kim and Mads in the spotlight - The Danish Broadcast Corporation visited DC to do a feature on meteorology for the evening news.
Our first US power trade can mean only one thing: donuts!
Our CEO Helle was invited to participate in business network Erhverv Aarhus' "Urban Talent" conference, talking about attracting the talents of Generation Y and Z.
Head of Power Trading & Origination, Jesper, and Head of Power Markets, Tor, recently visited Head of US Power Trading, Maarten, in our US Office in Stamford, Connecticut - and made sure to check out New York City as well.
Sometimes we travel north to visit and learn from our colleagues at Equinor in Stavanger.
Our DC Sports Club organised yet another fun stand up paddle board event. Here are a few of our colleagues prepping to get out on the water.
The Female Economic Network, KØN, stopped by our offices to learn more about what we do and what it's like to work in an energy trading company.
With health and safety on the agenda, 15 DC employees learned the basics of first aid - from CPR to using a defibrillator.
We're staying safe and working from home. Here's our Head of Climate Markets, Casper, at home with his son, Victor - never too young to start learning the craft of trading!
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