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Vivens joins train energy management organisation Eress

3 August 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review

Eress, the organisation committed to implementing a standard energy management and billing system on trains, has welcomed its seventh partner Dutch energy procurement cooperative Vivens.

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Erex: ‘standardisation key’ to the EU’s Energy Union

29 July 2015 | By ,

Eress is an open partnership for infrastructure managers, jointly owned by its partners, committed to the development, implementation and supply of Erex – an efficient, reliable, accurate and flexible energy settlement system which allows infrastructure managers to fulfil requirements for a neutral and non-discriminatory operation, and allows train operators to…

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SNCF starts testing Erex system

27 February 2015 | By ERESS

Eress organisation has announced that SNCF (Société nationale des chemins de fer français) has decided to test the Erex system, and Eress Director, Dyre Martin Gulbrandsen “considers this a significant milestone.”...

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Erex wins Energy and C02 Award

26 October 2012 | By Eress

The Eress organization has won an UIC award for its Erex system. Erex helps Infrastructure Managers and Train Operators...

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Next generation energy settlement system: Immediate saving, increased competitiveness

19 September 2012 | By Dyre Martin Gulbrandsen, Director of Eress

Eress is an open partnership between infrastructure managers Banedanmark, Infrabel, Jernbaneverket and Trafikverket. A non-profit organisation, jointly owned by its partners, Eress is committed to the development, implementation and supply of the Erex energy settlement system – a system that gives train operators total control over their train’s actual energy…

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ERESS: The new common European standard?

26 March 2009 | By Johnny Brevik, ERESS Chairman and Eastern Regional Director for Jernbaneverket

Learn more about the ERESS (European Railway Energy Settlement System) and how it reduces railway energy consumption by up to 15%, strengthening both the environmental profile and competitiveness of the railways.