Energy Risk: ETRM Systems, 2021; Market Update and Vendor Landscape

This report updates our energy trading and risk management (ETRM) research and analysis, to reflect several important shifts in energy markets. Contains two RiskTech Quadrants.

This report updates our energy trading and risk management (ETRM) research and analysis, to reflect several important shifts in energy markets. Contains two RiskTech Quadrants.

In recent years, ETRM systems have become more diverse. So while the landscape of offerings that could fairly be described as ‘ETRM systems’ is wide, what these systems actually look like can differ quite considerably.

Since our last ETRM report, we have observed two main demand-side factors in the ETRM space: demand for more focused software, and geographic variations and linkages in ETRM systems. On the vendor side, several trends are becoming increasingly prominent, as firms address issues around system modernization, the move from generic to distinct offerings, and integrating modular solutions effectively. We believe that, against this background, several strategies will prove successful, offering opportunities for vendors that can be flexible.

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