Visit MetraWeather Stand No. 17 to discuss the latest regional weather guidance and its impacts on trading strategy.
9 June, 2014
MetraWeather, a world leader in powerful weather intelligence, is bringing its unique weather forecasting services to the Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe (CSEE) Conference on the 18-19 June, 2014.
MetraWeather’s forecasters use advanced probabilistic forecasting techniques to provide unique guidance into factors that impact the shape of the energy market.
Visit MetraWeather at CSEE for:
- the latest in weather information, and how it can be used to gain competitive advantage in energy trading
- forecasts prepared specifically for the CSEE region, including short-range, 32-day and seasonal forecasts
- forecasts of weather conditions in major cities and small industrial cities in the region, demonstrating the depth and precision that can be supplied
- detailed data charting a 32-day forecast for temperature, rainfall and wind speed charted over 6 hour intervals that provides a much deeper level of insight than typical ‘weekly average’ forecasts.
MetraWeather will be promoting six services for European energy traders, including the Daily Synoptic Briefing that answers two key questions:
- If the obvious doesn’t happen, what will happen?
- What else could happen?
The Synoptic Briefing features renewables guidance on wind forecasts for Germany, solar energy for Benelux and Germany, and Scandinavian precipitation.
It is augmented by MetraWeather Exchange, a bespoke, exclusive, daily one-on-one conversation with an experienced meteorologist about what lies behind the numbers.
“My trading clients have a real need for one-on-one interpretation and in-depth guidance aligned to their position on the day’s trading,” says Byron Drew, MetraWeather Lead European Forecaster.
MetraWeather (UK) Ltd is a subsidiary of MetService, New Zealand’s National Meteorological Service. New Zealand is a Member of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)and MetService is ISO-9001 certified. MetraWeather forecasting solutions are backed by the combined power of 23 PhDs in Oceanography and Meteorology, more than 70 WMO Class 1 Meteorologists working 24x7 across three continents, and over 150 years of operational delivery experience.