Eress works for a common and standardised railway throughout Europe. This non-profit organization, wholly owned by its nine current partners, uses the jointly owned Erex IT System to exchange and settle energy in nine countries and across borders.
Together, we are working towards the standardisation of railway energy across Europe. This is achieved through the development, implementation, and supply of Eress energy settlement solutions.
All partners are working together ensuring transparent energy bills for train companies in Europe.
partners working together for an eco-smart future
trains connected to the Erex system
train operators in Europe are billed through Erex system
saving potential for trains using Erex
You can learn more about railway energy and Eress by going to our knowledge sharing events.
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