Adapting to commercial opportunities
Since its inception in 2019 on the Romanian energy trading market, AIK Energy Ltd. through its Bucharest Branch succeeded to operate alongside the largest market participants. We are adapting constantly to all commercial opportunities and respond rapidly to the market’s volatility.
2021 marks the beginning of an ambitious project. In collaboration with Siemens we started the implementation of a new network of power charging stations over Europe. The project aims that by the end of 2025 the entire 100.000 units network will be fully functional and operational in Romania, Germany, the Netherlands, France as well as in all the countries where the Group owns subsidiaries.
With a clearly defined mission, to become a company that is among the most powerful energy organizations in Central and Eastern Europe, our team succeeds to meet the needs of an ever-changing landscape capitalizing on the trading opportunities the energy markets offer, such as:
Active on all markets
”Our specialized team obtained trading rights in United Kingdom, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Czech Republic, Italy, Greece, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. AIK Energy is as well an active player on the trading markets and hubs in the area: VTP Austria, CEGH, CEEGEX, MGP Hungary, OPCOM, ESP Gazprom, BRM & so on. In order to consolidate our expansion and development plan on the international level, our subsidiaries are in process of registration and licensing in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, France, Bulgaria, Serbia and Poland.”
Electricity supply market
Out of a desire to provide the best products and services for end-users, in 2020 AIK Energy extended to the electricity supply market, challenging it to raise liquidity and transparency, promoting trust among customers by meeting their highest expectations.
Also, of special mention is AIK Energy Ltd.’s commitment to invest in windfarms and photovoltaic projects. The group is mindful of the necessity of diversifying its business towards green energy alternatives given the current transition scenario the energy industry is facing.