San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (“SFPUC”), the City of San Francisco, CA’s municipal power utility that provides for municipal city loads and owns and operates the 400 MW Hetch Hetchy hydroelectric system, has successfully implemented the Power Settlements SettleCore™ solution for their Energy Trading and Risk Management (ETRM) and ISO needs.
Power Settlements has deployed its new SettleCore™ – Risk Analytics Module to customers. This module rounds out our ETRM (energy trading and risk management) offering that is used by public power utilities. The SettleCore – Risk Analytics Module is used to calculate Value at Risk (VaR) for physical and financial power, including CRR and FTR positions, and natural gas transactions. This module assists customers with monitoring their risk exposure for forward positions. With this module
When the City of Pasadena selected SettleCore™ ETRM over a year ago they required an energy trading and risk management (“ETRM”) system to be fully integrated with their Bid-to-Bill shadow settlements system. Their story was a common one among their utility industry peers. They were looking for a vendor that had one single system that encompassed all of their ETRM needs and their Bid-to-Bill needs
1. Seamless Deal Capture-to-ISO Settlements in One System. By leveraging our experience working with some of the top U.S. power generators and public power companies, we’ve developed one comprehensive system that fuses Energy Trading and Risk Management (“ETRM”) seamlessly with Bid and…
There’s been a major gap between Trade Systems, in particular, commodity energy trading and risk management C/ETRM that manage the buying, selling and hedging of electricity in the marketplace. Typically, these systems manage the transactions of Generators, ISO Grids and…
Power Settlements announces one of our largest projects to date.
The City of Pasadena (“Pasadena”), a publicly owned utility in Southern California that is within the CAISO balancing authority, has been a customer of Power Settlements since 2009, when they licensed a single SettleCore module.
In 2012, they performed a review of their various systems and issued an RFP with the goal of replacing multiple legacy systems with a single, completely integrated system for use by their front-office, mid-office, and back-office. After performing a thorough multi-month evaluation of some of the largest ETRM and ISO/RTO vendors in the United States, Pasadena selected SettleCore.