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What is Energy Quantified?

Hugo Birkelund
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Energy Quantified was founded in September 2017 with the aim of creating the most innovative data and analysis platform for the power markets. Starting with a blank canvas, the portal will combine recent advances in machine learning algorithms with proven fundamental models.

Energy Quantified will operate as an analysis lab, thoroughly testing and building to achieve optimal solutions. As we successively complete parts of the analysis, we will invite you to try it out.

  • Accuracy and speed: The focus on algorithm-driven forecast systems will remove unintended flaws and interpretational errors associated with human intervention and speed up delivery.
  • Only what you need: An agile and interactive system will enable you to tailor your information feed at any time.
  • High value for money: With a lean organisation and focus on product development, Energy Quantified will provide innovative and cutting-edge solutions with high end-user value.

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