Save time, money and environment with
Energy Optima 3

Software for accurate load forecasts and economical optimization of energy production, electricity trading and heat networks.

The advantages of using Energy Optima 3 in the operational organization are:

  • Save 2-10 % of the variable operation costs each year

  • Savings in time for more important tasks

  • Common base for the planning within the company or organization

  • Focus on the economy in all departments
  • Facilitates easy and fast sharing of information

  • More effective work procedures

  • Facilitation of reporting & follow-up

  • Support for production planning

  • Increase in competence
  • Cleaner environment


  • A Swedish energy company

    "Energy Optima 3 gives a good overview of our entire energy process and provides an economically optimal production. It provides a clear basis for our production which reaches all there and can follow. "

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  • A Swedish energy company

    "Energy Optima 3 is one, with the right settings, excellent tool for contract to run our plants under the best economic and environmental alternatives. Energy Optima 3 gives us a basis for planning and follow-up. "

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  • A German energy company

    "The system gives us reliable route plans for our facilities and relieves our planners."

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  • A Finnish energy company

    “With the Energy Optima 3 system we are able to analyze the costs of the operational management of our production. Energy Optima 3 also gives us a solid base for the development of the usage of our production system.  A great advantage is the freedom to simulate the production with existing units and with new optional units.”

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  • A Swedish energy company

    “The system contributes with security in our daily work by continuously striving for the most optimal production strategy. Since the system works online with continuous updating of input, the system adapts to new conditions, like new weather forecasts, appeared production disruptions and eventual deviations from previous production strategies.”

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