Nena builds fundamental models and methods with strong emphasis on a combination of economic theory, market models, weather impacts and marginal cost calculations.
Throughout the years, Nena has compiled reliable and consistent analyses with a proven track record.
Our client base covers energy majors, utilities, funds, banks, shipping companies and private investors looking to strengthen their focus in commodity trading or in need of advice on investments.
Nena offers a full range of fundamental analyses for the Nordic power market in the short, medium and long term.
Hourly spot and short-term analyses for the next day, week and three weeks for Germany, France, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands power markets.
We cover the global coal market with special emphasis on China and Europe.
Daily and weekly Emissions reports with European Emission Allowances (EUA) price prognosis.
Spring 2021, 36th edition: Scenario-based analysis with updated price prognosis for all Nordic price areas and neighboring countries.
Spring 2021, 23rd edition: The new Nordic Renewable Outlook includes renewable investment potentials and expected renewable development in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark.
In my opinion, I believe Nena Analysis provides the most fact-based and objective analysis in the market.Alexander Arnesen
Head of Power Procurement, Elkem Power AS
Nena Analysis is one of the few analyses we use on a weekly basis and is definitely highly important. We rate all these companies every year and pick the ones to continue with, and we've been with Nena for a long time. We're always shown very good analysis and very good insights.Nicholas Martin
Head of Sourcing Europe, Norsk Hydro
Myself, as an employee in Bane NOR, have had a two decade history as customers of Nena and that’s due to the need to have a necessary tool to make good decisions on a daily basis.Jonny Glærum
Procurement and Risk Management, Bane NOR
Fuel and emissions saved with StormGeo *weather routing
2018 - today
*This figure assumes an average 2.5% fuel reduction by weather routing (GloMEEP, [no date]; ICCT, 2011), 3:1 CO2 to fuel savings (Krantz, 2016), a fuel consumption of 30 MT per day and average speed of 12.5 kn per hour, and using annual averages of distance, days and fuel consumption per route.