When creating a new optimization, you will be asked for the following contract data :
Name of the contract
Minimum optimization period
Minimum fixing percentage
NAME OF THE CONTRACT
Choose a name that will identify the contract you wish to optimise.
- Select the country.
- Select the type of supply.
- If in a day several tariffs apply to your consumption according to the hours of the day, indicate the number of tariffs (index) and their names. In our example there are 2 indexes and their names are "peak" and "off-peak".
Don't have access to all the options?
SINGLE - ACCESS
You only have access to the market information for the supplies that you have paid for, and as many optimizations available for that specific supply.
Contact your sales representative to purchase access to this market.
MULTI - ACCESS
Your customer only have access to the market information for the supplies that you give access to, and as many optimizations as you agreed and allow him for that specific supply.
In case you want to change this you can:
- In the dashboard, click on Customers tab
- In the "Customer accounts" page > Select the relevant customer account
- In the customer account details page click on the button "Modify"
- In the section "Activation of services for the customer" , you have several options to choose:
- Activate the market that will be used for the new optimisation
- Extend the duration of this service if it has expired
- Increase the number of possible optimisations.
MINIMUM OPTIMIZATION PERIOD
Indicate the smallest consumption period over which the contract allows for fixing.
Depending on the opportunities found on the market, the application will advise you to fix over a shorter or longer period while respecting this minimum.
MINIMUM FIXING PERCENTAGE
Indicate the smallest percentage of fixing allowed by the contract. For example, if you can fix 20% or 25%, enter 20%.
Depending on the opportunities found on the market, the application will advise you to fix a larger or smaller percentage, while respecting this minimum.
Start date: the date on which delivery of the supply begins.
End date: delivery end date.
Note: You can extend your optimisation beyond the period of your contract with limited scope of altering its fixing conditions.