Welcome to GEN-I Vienna.

GEN-I Vienna is a part of the GEN-I Group, one of the leading and fastest growing energy trading and sales groups in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

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Welcome to GEN-I Vienna.
Local presence for global results

Local presence for global results

Founded in 2010, GEN-I Vienna is an important supplier of electricity and natural gas to industrial customers in Austria. In 2014 we offered our customers demand response services, a new solution that enables them to participate in the aggregation pool providing energy for tertiary reserves for the APG.


Large businesses and industry

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We enable access to international energy markets, various tailor-made structured products and flexible contractual relationships with the aim to optimize your costs of energy purchase.

Tailor-made offer

  • Competitive energy prices
  • Tailor-made purchase conditions
  • Customized services
GEN-I for the industry


Energy Trading

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Proactive risk management is achieved through portfolio diversification, careful selection of partners and access to numerous European markets. We are a flexible, reliable and responsive partner.

Expertise in Energy Markets

  • 24/7 trading
  • Present on 12 power exchanges and bilaterally
  • The entire curve, from intraday to long term
  • Trading physical products and financial derivatives
  • Advanced analytical models
  • Advanced structured products
GEN-I trading


FutureFlow project focusing on consumers as guardians of power systems

The European FutureFlow project from the Horizon 2020 programme is now fully engaged and is progressing at full speed. It is being coordinated by ELES, and includes the EIMV institute, Elektro energija and GEN-I from Slovenia. The project is already one-third of the way through. Twelve project partners from eight different countries are dealing with the challenges of a modern power system where consumers, equipped with state-of-the-art devices, are no longer just ordinary consumers, but can also produce electricity. Their potential is to become active players in power system security. Like guardians of the power system, contributing to the most challenging of all TSOs’ balancing services.

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Annual Report of GEN-I for the 2016 business year


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