Organisations, whether new or existing, are faced with big challenges due to the liberalisation of the energy market.


Cost-savings need to be achieved through innovation:

  • By new laws, making the energy networks publicly available for other vendors, cost saving will have a enormous impact on the positioning of a supplier in the market.
  • New ways, different sources for generating energy will demand new or other business processes and new partners.
  • By liberalisation, consumers now have the choice and freedom to select which energy supplier they want, this will increase the need for innovation and internalisation.
  • By the accession, smaller players will aim vertically, while the honorary players will have to aim horizontally, meaning being focused on production, storage and supply to end customers.