Pioneer Solutions to attend E-World 2013 Energy and Water Conference in Essen, Germany

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ETRM vendor, Pioneer Solutions, will be exhibiting at Europe’s E-world 2013, the largest event of its kind. Visit Pioneer's booth for a no obligation demo and free item and join thousands of visitors to learn about today's latest energy technologies.

E-world 2013 Energy and Water logo, Essen, Germany, Europe

Join Pioneer Solutions at E-world 2013!

Fill out a quick questionnaire to receive a free item and also ask about a no obligation demo of Pioneer’s comprehensive suite of ETRM solutions.

Pioneer Solutions will be attending E-world Energy and Water 2013 February 5-7 in Essen, Germany and invites others to visit their exhibit. Stop by the booth and find knowledgeable industry professional, George Bradshaw, on hand at the event available to answer questions. Fill out a quick questionnaire to receive a free item and also ask about a no obligation demo of Pioneer’s comprehensive suite of ETRM solutions.

Pioneer’s booth will be located in Hall 4 Stand 4-110.

About E-world 2013:
E-world, Europe’s largest event of its kind, brings together companies in the energy industry from all over the continent to showcase new technologies and energy solutions. Last year the event had 580 exhibitors from 20 countries and engaged over 20,000 visitors looking to gain information and learn about new technologies, products, and service in the electricity, gas, water, and energy efficiency industries.

Peter Altmaier, Federal Minister for the Environment, in his greeting says this about E-World 2013:

“...in [the] future we must make smarter use of electricity and heat than we have to date. This is precisely the focus of E-World 2013 in Essen: How can we better coordinate supply and demand in the electricity and heat sectors? What options do we have for controlling our grids more closely? How can we measure our electricity consumption at home or be energy-aware in our use of housing technology? One thing is clear – there can be no efficiency without smart approaches! With its theme ‘Smart Energy’, E-World 2013 can provide real impetus for new solutions and their practical application.”

For more information about this event and information on how to register to attend visit the E-world website at http://www.e-world-2013.com. Find great articles and news as well on their press release page.

About Pioneer’s George Bradshaw:
Bradshaw heads up Pioneer’s operations in Europe and is the Director for Trading and Risk Solutions for the entire EMEA region. He has vast managerial experience with a particular knowledge of commodities trading and risk management solutions. Bradshaw also has successful experience of managing critical business process solutions in the energy power markets and has developed key relationships within the industry.

Bradshaw has also had exposure to a number of energy and risk management software solutions and their IT infrastructures to support proprietary risk analytics and data processes and related systems. He has good understanding of the processes of financial energy commodity trading from front and middle office operations and operational risk management through to back office settlement. He has held senior positions at two major industry vendors for a total of fifteen years and as a result Bradshaw has very good understanding of the key processes that energy organizations are challenged with. He is used to leading teams of consultants and other support staff and is very adept at resource management and tendering for enterprise requirements.

About Pioneer Solutions:
Pioneer Solutions is a global software provider of next generation Energy Trading and Risk Management (ETRM) Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS) & Enterprise Compliance Solutions. Serving some of the largest utilities and energy companies across the globe, Pioneer’s comprehensive suite of products can easily model unique and challenging business requirements and automate business processes.

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