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Software  for THE ENERGY sector

Welcome to Business Area Energy

We offers software for energy utilities, energy traders, TSO´s and other actors in the sector. Over 170 companies in 20 countries uses our energy forecasting software’s, geographical information systems as well as for grid simulations for district heating/cooling.

Energy forecasting - Aiolos Forecast Studio

Aiolos Forecasting Studio is Europe’s market leading energy-forecasting system used for electricity load-, gas demand as well as for wind power-, hydropower- and solar power production.
Our customers uses Aiolos for intraday-, day-ahead as well as yearlong forecasts.

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Grid Simulation Software, NetSim

Grid Simulation Software, NetSim gives you a greater knowledge about the status of you district heating/cooling grid. Simulate future expansions; find out where bottlenecks are or how you can lower your pumping/energy costs by optimizing the distribution of the energy in the existing grid.
With our new NetSim business model you can use the system also for shorter projects, contact our sales department for further info.

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Education on demand

With our educational service Educandi you get free access to our monthly trainings and all the knowledge you need to fully learn how to use your software. Whether you are a beginner or have previous experience there are courses adapted for your level.

Members of Educandi have access to our online sessions, as well as our library of recorded videos, to be watched whenever liked.

See the agenda and videos at www.viteceducandi.com

Contact sales

If you want to learn more about our products, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Professional support when needed

As a user you are always welcome to contact our support organization.

Register your errend in our helpdesk 

If you do not have a login, please contact our sales department. 

Remote control

Support may sometimes need to connect to your computer. To do this you need to download Teamviewer and get guidance from us.

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