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The Background of Energy Quantified

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We are three power market professionals, with 40 years of combined experience in pioneering, building and maintaining well-known analysis platforms. Make no mistake, we feel privileged to have worked with so many exceptional and smart people.

But, as these businesses grew, an increasing amount of time was spent on management and making technical compromises – not on the things we love, which is innovating and building new stuff. So one day an idea emerged: What if one could start all over, use only the best available technology and move with the speed and agility only enjoyed when travelling light?

Long story made short, that is exactly what we have embarked upon. We named it Energy Quantified.

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