|Anastasios Papanagiotou (CEO)|
|Services||Integrated electricity services|
WATT+VOLT is a Greek company in the development of energy solutions, based in Athens. It is engaged in the Trade and Supply of Electricity and Natural Gas, the Trade of Gas Emissions, as well as in providing IoT (Internet of Things) solutions for optimized functional performance.
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In 2011, WATT+VOLT was awarded License to Trade and Supply Electricity in the Greek market by The Energy Regulatory Authority (RAE).
In 2012, WATT+VOLT installed the first «smart» meters under the NSRF (National Strategic Reference Framework) programme “New Innovative Entrepreneurship” and developed the online platform WATT+VOLT Partners.
In 2013, WATT+VOLT started Trading in Electricity.
In 2014, WATT+VOLT developed MyWatt, as a new electronic services portfolio for electricity and established WATT+VOLT Bulgaria EOOD.
In 2015, WATT+VOLT was awarded License to Trade and Supply Natural Gas,developed Energy Analytics Service. Moreover, WATT+VOLT promoted the mobile application ΜyWatt for iOS and Android devices and established ESC (Energy Services Company) and WATT AND VOLT DOO Beograd.
In 2016, WATT+VOLT became part of EEX (European Energy Exchange) and developed smartwatt.
In 2017, a network of 10 stores in Greece has been developed by WATT+VOLT.
In 2018, develops smarteverything platform and started Trading in Natural Gas.
WATT+VOLT is supporting and promoting the entrepreneurship via the CSR programme of the NGO, Action Finance Initiative,which is offering micro-loans to entrepreneurs, individuals professionals, small companies etc.
WATT+VOLT created a mobile application, MyWatt, to manage and budget daily life electricity data by individual users.This application is aimed at allowing individuals to limit or control their electricity expenses, facilitates comparison of data with previous years by showing graphs and allow the users to pay the bills using credit cards. The application also features account related clarifications by allowing the user to communicate to the company via the app.
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