Here you will find an overview of our latest media releases, interviews and articles as well as a link to our latest case stories.
With deal close, Equinor will transfer all power and certificates trading activities to Aarhus to take advantage of Danske Commodities’ highly scalable platform.
Danish business daily Børsen reports on the recipe for DC's success, which is mainly driven by our people. In an interview with Head of Human Capital Dion Sørensen, our unique approach to talent development is explained.
Today, British offshore wind farm Beatrice has delivered its first power, marking the official beginning of
Danske Commodities’ 15-year Power Purchase Agreement with Beatrice Offshore Windfarm
Danske Commodities becomes part of Equinor − the Norwegian multinational energy company. The acquisition combines Danske Commodities’ leading market presence and expertise in energy trading with Equinor’s leading position in gas, growing portfolio in renewables and strong balance sheet.
Besides adding senior profiles to the Hamburg office and continuing to lead the way in the Direktvermarktung business, Danske Commodities is expanding its services within certificates trading and PPAs.
Danske Commodities' CEO Henrik Lind shares his take on CSR in Danish newspaper Århus Stiftstidende and explains why it's important to him and the entire Lind Group to make a lasting impact and help people unfold their potential.
Danske Commodities' 2017 financial results show a 79% increase in EBT to EUR 60 million – a record result for the company. Higher trading volumes and a lower cost base drove the increase in EBT, demonstrating the scalability of our business model.
With capital turning towards renewable energy amid waning interest in conventional thermal power assets, VP & Head of Origination Carl Hagert says “green is the new black” in an interview with Montel.
Danish TSO Energinet has asked for a reduction from 10 MW to 5 MW in minimum bids in the Nordic Regulating Power Market. Senior Portfolio Manager, Jesper Vestergaard, explains how this will affect consumption, pricing and market competition in the Danish CHP magazine, Kraftvarme Nyt.
Today, Aarhus Stiftstidende's Erhverv+ magazine features an interview with our CFO, Helle Østergaard Kristiansen, where she talks about her role as CFO, leading 141 employees and work-life balance.
CEO Henrik Lind was interviewed by TV2 News to learn more about Danske Commodities' innovative Business Accelerator Programme, which welcomes new commercial ideas into our business.Watch the interview here (in Danish)
In an article in Jyllands-Posten published today, Danske Commodities' CEO Henrik Lind talks about the company's plan to take in new business ideas and commodities through our Business Accelerator programme. The article is written in Danish, so we have extracted the main points.
Energihandelsselskabet Danske Commodities forbedrer indtjeningen endnu en gang i et år der bød på comeback til Aarhus-milliardæren Henrik Lind.Read the full story here
With EBT of EUR 33.7 million in 2016, Danske Commodities again delivers strong full-year results, improving profit by 10% compared to 2015.
"We were in the German market very early on and now we see that similar things are happening outside of Germany. We see that we can apply our knowledge to these new markets without adding a tremendous amount of complexity, headcount or systems. That’s what we mean by agility." Carl Hagert - our VP, Head of Origination - was interviewed for the November edition of the renowned German magazine ener|gate Gasmarkt.Download the interview here
The Board of Directors came to the unanimous decision that Henrik Lind was clearly the best among the candidates to lead Danske Commodities as CEO for the long term.
Carl Hagert will step in as VP, Head of Origination and will continue to develop the commercial strategy and maintaining a culture of success.
Danske Commodities' manager in Italy, Dario Gallanti provides valuable insights into the Italian market.
Danske Commodities collaborates with PhD student Bo Tranberg in order to deepen our knowledge about how energy flows through the grid are influenced by e.g. renewables, and how this affects price formation in the market.Announcement of PhD collaboration on how energy flows affect prices
Generating EUR 30.2 million in EBIT in 2015, Danske Commodities has regained momentum and is now entering a period of balanced growth with focus on maturing the company.
Danske Commodities elects two new Board members Volker Beckers and Anne Broeng. Both brings highly relevant skills and experience in particular to strengthen the UK market insight and risk management competences.
Danske Commodities announced today that it had signed a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited.
Danske Commodities takes over responsibility for balance management and market entry for a number of production technologies – particularly green technologies from Energinet
Danske Commodities has taken several steps to ensure that the company maintains its strong position in the increasingly competitive markets.
When the moon blocks out the sunlight, it affects the power markets in all of Europe. Here, three of Danske Commodities’ specialists explain how.
Danske Commodities collaborates with many partners. Learn more about what we have done for some of our customers and counterparties throughout Europe.
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Thanks to our dedicated people and a focus on value creation, 2016 was one of our strongest performing years to date.