Neas Energy

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Neas Energy (NEAS) is an energy trading and management company. The company deals in electricity, gas and certificates in the European energy markets.

History[edit]

Neas Energy [1] was established in 1998 by four Danish energy supply companies; Aalborg Municipality’s Electricity Supply Company: AKE Net, Nyfors Entreprise A/S, Frederikshavn Forsyning A/S and Thy-Mors Energi Holding A/S. The company has since established an organization with expert capabilities in trading, risk management and market management for both producers and consumers of energy, and engages in Energy Trading, Energy Production Management and Portfolio Management.

Neas Energy was acquired by British energy group Centrica plc. in 2016 which holds 100 % of the shares in Neas Energy


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Management[edit]

  • Bo Lynge Rydahl, CEO
  • Bjorn Skovhus, CSO
  • Anders Bauditz, COO
  • Ole Ibsen, CFO
  • Naja Lyngholm Skovlyk, CIO

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