Crodux energija joins BSP SouthPool


January 1, 2016





January 1, 2016




BSP Regional Energy Exchange LLC, registered in Ljubljana, said Crodux energija d. o. o. became a member of BSP SouthPool. The company joined the Slovenian electricity day-ahead and intraday market. Crodux energija was stablished by Croatian enterprise Crodux plin. In September it started trading electricity in its home country in strategic partnership with Swiss company Alpiq.

The exchange has 45 members: Alpiq Energy, Axpo Trading AG, Ayen energija, Crodux energija, Danske Commodities, DufEnergy Trading, Duferco Energia, Edelweiss Energia, EDF Trading, Ekologicke Zdroje Energie, Electrade, Elektro Slovenija, Edison Trading, Elektro energija Celje, Elektro energija, Energija plus, Energija naturalis Int., E3, Enel Trading, Energetika Ljubljana, Energi Danmark, Energy Financing Team, Europe Energy SpA, EVN Trading South East Europe, Ezpada, GALA, Gazprom Marketing & Trading, GEN-I, HEP, Hera Trading, Holding Slovenske elektrarne, Illumia, Interenergo, JAS Energy Trading, MVM Partner Zrt., Neas Energy, Petrol d. d., Petrol energetika, Statkraft Markets, TEI Deutschland, Tradition Financial Services (TFS), Unitrading Energia Srl, Vattenfall Energy Trading, Verbund Trading, and Vitol.

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