Energy Pricing Systems, 2024: Market Update and Vendor Landscape

This report updates the research in Energy Risk: Pricing and Data Management 2021; Market and Vendor Landscape, published in December 2021.

The market for energy trading and risk management (ETRM) solutions is undergoing a structural change caused by technological factors and market pressures. Firms now require ETRM systems to handle increasingly large datasets, a growing number of asset classes and contract types, and more advanced analytics across the energy landscape.

The complex interaction of these and other factors is driving an evolution in energy pricing systems. Traditionally, organizations have used embedded risk and analytics within overarching front-to-back ETRM solutions. But a new wider trend has emerged in the market: the use of pricing and risk management approaches that are independent of front-to-back systems. Newer approaches have increasingly sophisticated simulation frameworks and scripting engines, to enable a more dynamic development environment. But achieving this type of agility in the system is more difficult when it is embedded within a larger ecosystem.

This report analyzes these issues and assesses the vendor landscape. Rather than looking at the best pricing and valuation tools within one narrow asset class, it examines pricing, analytics, curve management and vendors’ ability to provide tools across asset classes. This view, we believe, captures the core trends in energy pricing.

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