The company is engaged in power trading largely on the central European markets, such as the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia and on the biggest European market – Germany. It is mainly Germany that has been the major driver behind what can only be called an “energy revolution”. Due to the rise of price of emission allowances, the German power market and, in consequence, also the neighbouring markets have become highly volatile. Moreover, as new market design is being debated at EU level, there is no indication that this volatility might stop or even slow down. Quite the contrary. Changes in production portfolios of many European countries, where renewable production capacities are slowly taking over from coal and gas production capacities, at least in utilisation, means correct prediction of market movement based on a myriad of inputs will gain an even higher importance. Fortunately, that it is exactly where the company has the edge, as both owners have a wealth of experience behind them, analysing the changing landscape of European energy markets for more than a decade.