OUR MAIN PRODUCTS
Switzerland-based, rapidly growing wholesale and trading business with in-depth specialisation in the energy sector
We are active with our 5 companies in 6 European countries
Created by owners and managers from the European power and finance industry who had worked on large scale of energy sector transactions and brought the collective experience of significant investments
SANIA Power AG from Switzerland is the Central-, and mother firm of its group of energy companies
Name of our firm
|Switzerland||SANIA Power AG|
|Czech Republic||Sania Energy Trading a.s.|
|Czech Republic||Sania Power s.r.o.|
|Slovakia||SANIA Power s.r.o.|
|Hungary||SANIA Power Kft.|
SANIA Power AG is continuously expanding its business bases. Our companies operate as a competent trading and contact partner for counterparts in the European energy markets. Great importance is attached to opening dialogue with our customers. Our company consider itself as a cooperative partner. Only sustainable cooperation leads to mutual benefits:
Internationalisation of energy markets and the growing awareness of industries regarding the efficient use of energy within the European Union have led to higher demand for a favourable and secure electricity and gas procurement. Power and gas are increasingly considered an important resource that will be used efficiently in the production process. Companies are increasingly dealing with energy‐related topics. At a high level, the energy market in European countries allows:
Regarding power and gas procurement, the complexity of the electricity and gas markets often leads to high uncertainty of the purchasing agents in the companies. This is due to price fluctuations, uncertain future incidents and complicated trading structures. This is why industrial enterprises often revert to their comparatively expensive regional energy providers.
For quite some time, the cross-border trade is not unusual in the energy market anymore. Many energy suppliers choose international alignment.
Both power and gas are a commodity capable of being bought, sold, and traded. Electricity and gas markets are a system enabling purchases, through bids to buy; sales, through offers to sell; and short-term trades, generally in the form of financial or obligation swaps.
Europe with its 500m citizens and 20m Enterprises is the largest energy market in the World.
The new energy market of the EU is expected to encourage diversification and flexibility to react to market conditions across the countries. It also provides a more powerful bargaining position for European energy companies when sourcing energy in global markets, since there is a larger range of options available with regard to supply routes and there is better access to customers.
An integrated EU energy market is the most cost-effective way to ensure secure and affordable supplies to EU citizens. Through common energy market rules and cross-border infrastructure, energy can be produced in one EU country and delivered to consumers in another.
Top priorities involve meeting customers needs precisely and providing high-quality services. Our approach is founded on customer service, product quality and competitive pricing. Our group of firms acts as a competent partner for its clients in the energy market. SANIA Power’s experienced international team support our customers and balance supply and demand.
SANIA Power’s business model is designed on a long-term strategy and well positioned for solid trajectory growth.
• Natural gas
• Crude oil
• Environmental markets
• Dry-bulk freight
• Iron ore
• Base metals
• Portfolio structuring
• Demand forecasts
• Creating tranches
• Market observation
• Market analysis
• Customized Transactions
• Stock market access
Appealing electricity and gas prices and conditions are decisive competitive factors for all final Consumers. Energy is considered more and more of an immense cost factor and is used as an important, valuable resource in the production process. When looking at the price increase of electricity and gas, their generation and supply are the two main factors. Huge savings potential for power and gas purchase lies in this position.
The cooperation of our companies with our partners allows an electricity and gas purchase from international markets and thereby the possibility to obtain power and gas under attractive conditions.
Optimal forecasting techniques and global market observations mean that SANIA Power Group is able to purchase electricity and gas with appealing conditions and pass them on to their customers.
Our firms operate as a wholesale business in international electricity markets.
Pursuant to the Stock Exchange Act, energy is considered as a commodity which can be traded at market prices. In the course of the EU‐wide liberalisation of the energy markets, several energy exchanges have been established. All these energy exchanges operate on SPOT markets where electricity and gas are traded with short‐term physical delivery.
A few European energy exchanges have a future market. This is where future transactions are concluded by using financial and physically delivered future contracts. At the European Energy Exchange (EEX) in Leipzig, it is possible to act on both markets and thereby benefit from all advantages offered.
Many developments in the wholesale area have proceeded since the market liberalisation. These events induced a higher market liquidity that is a prerequisite for an unlimited competition and the reduction of market entry barriers. Altogether a continuous increase of market participants at the trading points is recognisable which has led to a growth of trading volumes. These market developments are important requirements for the accruement of an active competition.
Companies realise that an intensive market observation and active participation can lead to competition-enhancing advantages.
After the liberalisation of the EU wholesale energy markets, the competition appeared. Institutions have the possibilities to purchase electricity and gas from increasingly flexible and transparent wholesale markets. SANIA Power Group is operating and will operate successfully on various European OTC-markets. We collaborate in energy wholesale and trade with many partners.
The main objectives of the bilateral Over-the-Counter energy business is:
• Optimal and cost-effective purchase of electricity and gas in consideration of customers requests by
• Choosing favourable purchasing times based on product knowledge, price forecasts and negotiation skills
Trading profits can only be achieved by building up positions and taking risks - this way electricity and gas can be sold at an attractive commodity price. The prerequisite is a professional and experienced market knowledge. In the development of long-term business relations, SANIA Power attaches great importance to the consideration of all requirements and framework conditions of the counterpart.
The qualified team of SANIA Power Group professionally takes care and ensures the successful electricity and gas trade in the customer's best interest.
SANIA Power Group offers an individual electricity and gas procurement for energy‐intensive industrial companies and other customers. After an initial load profile analysis, all framework conditions will be discussed. In mutual dialogue with the customer, all important aspects will be explained and realised in their best interest.
In principle, there are two procurement approaches:
• Tranche approach
• Fixed price approach
Specific electricity and gas procurement are individual & flexible
There is no general answer to the question of fixed price oriented or tranche oriented electricity and gas purchase for an industrial or other company. This depends on several factors, such as risk affinity, demanded volume, load profile course and corporate strategy. The approaches have assets and drawbacks which have to be weighted.
• Has significant expertise in generation, transmission, distribution, project development
• Includes professionals from leading European power enterprises, international banks
• Is experienced in conducting international business in Europe
The CEO is the chief risk controller.
Professional risk management forms the basis of our successful energy trading business.
Our strict risk management philosophy is implemented through the following structures and measures:
• Best-in-class processes for trading, risk controlling and back office/operations based on banking industry standards
• Integrated management of all trading activities, and independent evaluation and supervision of market and credit risks using an inter-organisational state-of-the-art trading and risk management system
• Organisational separation of front office and support and control functions (dual control principle)
• Transactions on the basis of international Master Agreements (EFET, etc.)
• Long-term experience of management and owners in wholesale and trade
• Successful trading partner at international wholesale markets
• Professional competence in handling trading products
• Continuously market observation and price analysis
• Individual customer care and high-quality service
• Flexible products for using the best possible time of purchase in wholesale
• Implementing best possible product prices including sufficient flexibility regarding trade and customer decision
We are glad to answer your questions and advise you concerning a possible cooperation with SANIA Power Group. In case you‘d like to receive further information about our companies or specific services, we‘ll gladly send you detailed material at your request.
SANIA Power AG
+41 55 417 48 07
+41 78 740 3099
Sania Energy Trading a.s.
Pražákova 1008/69, Štýřice
076 59 555
Sania Power s.r.o.
Starobrněnská 334/3, Brno-město
036 38 871
SANIA Power s.r.o.
Nám. sv. Imricha 923/21
52 029 263
SANIA Power Kft.
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