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March 2017
New Data Further Illustrates the Revolution Happening in Today's Energy Sector
A study conducted by the Energy Research Council (ERC) and sponsored by ENGIE Resources, the third-largest non-residential electricity provider in the United States, is shedding new light on the changes taking shape in today's energy sector. The findings suggest that a rapid evolution is likely to occur in integrated management solutions, pointing to the strong possibility of a future beyond the buying and controlling of energy as independent functions.
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October 2016
New York Commits to Clean Energy Standard with 50% Renewables by 2030
New York's move to develop a clean energy standard promoting all forms of low-carbon energy will come with a cost, but just how much is yet to be determined. The Clean Energy Standard (CES), approved in August by the New York Public Service Commission and backed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, mandates that 50% of the electricity used in the state be generated by renewable sources by 2030–up from the previous target of 30% by 2020.
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October 2016
Ecova's eBook: Five Key Considerations for Integrating Renewables into Your Procurement Strategy
Incorporating Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) can optimize your energy strategy for cost efficiency, reliability, and security, while reducing your organization's environmental impact–but the benefits can vary significantly. Learn how to assess the benefits of DERs.
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September 2016
Welcome to the ENGIE Energy Revolution
As many of our Ohio customers and partners know, GDF SUEZ Energy Resources recently changed our name to ENGIE Resources. It was not a decision we made lightly. On the contrary, we rebranded the company as part of our strategy to prepare for–and in many ways facilitate–what we believe is a coming energy revolution.
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February 2016
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s “Fixed Means Fixed” Guidelines: Adding Greater Clarity-–-or Greater Confusion-–-to Supply Agreements?
In November 2015, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) established new guidelines mandating that offers marketed as fixed-rate plans cannot include any mechanisms in their terms and conditions that allow for unforeseen charges incurred by competitive retail electricity service providers to be passed through to customers.
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February 2016
PJM's Capacity Performance Plan: A Restructuring of the Market That Promises Greater Reliability
In June 2015, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved a capacity performance plan from PJM that has been called a “dramatic restructuring” of the grid operator’s capacity market.
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September 2015
Keeping Costs under Control with Actionable Curtailment Strategies
With the uncertainties surrounding future prices under PJM’s new capacity performance plan–and the questions confronting the demand response market in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hear arguments over FERC Order 745–large energy users may be wise to consider new strategies aimed at keeping power costs under control.
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July 2015
The Science behind an Effective Energy Management Strategy for a Houston Landmark
Experts at GDF SUEZ Energy Resources team up with Energy Edge Consulting to take a unique approach to delivering a cost-effective and environmentally driven energy strategy for the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
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January 2015
Low Oil Prices Could Transform Electricity Markets:
A Special Feature by Renowned Energy Expert Andrew Weissman
The changes that are occurring in the U.S. and global oil markets could constitute a potential paradigm shift with far-reaching implications for electricity markets. There is a considerable possibility that U.S. oil prices will remain substantially below current levels for many years–perhaps even permanently.
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October 2014
Gone but Not Forgotten: How Last Year’s Extreme Winter Weather Could Impact Future Energy Buying Decisions
The immediate impact of last year’s extreme winter weather on large commercial and industrial energy buyers in PJM may be gone. But it’s certainly not forgotten, according to a number of market analysts who have underscored the importance of building energy strategies that limit exposure to sudden price swings this coming cold season.
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April 2014
Generating Revenues through Electricity Contracts
Companies have been managing the supply side of their energy costs for years. In the past, load management programs have helped consumers leverage demand-side opportunities, but these strategies have had the downside of curtailing usage when the utility calls for it. Today, however, new alternatives in load management are delivering commercial and industrial users the benefit of supply flexibility through customized strategies that reduce costs and consumption while potentially earning revenues through energy contracts.
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March 2014
Solar-Related Regulatory Changes in Massachusetts Likely to Raise Energy Costs: Act Before April 25 to Avoid Price Impact 
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is finalizing regulations that will increase the percentage of solar power that commercial and industrial customers must use. These rules will raise energy costs for all ratepayers in the state, regardless of their provider. But by taking action now, you have the opportunity to avoid the price impact of these changes.
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March 2014
Strategic Energy Procurement: Understanding Electricity Pricing in ISO-NE
Competitive energy markets have come a long way in bringing more options to commercial and industrial customers. In ISO-NE, retail electricity providers can now customize pricing offers with dozens of cost components that can be tailored to specific consumer risk requirements. This has allowed buyers to make more strategic procurement decisions based on key operational priorities and energy usage patterns, but it has also added a new layer of complexity to the way energy is priced.
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March 2014
Strategic Energy Procurement: Understanding Electricity Pricing in NYISO
Competitive energy markets have come a long way in bringing more options to commercial and industrial customers. In NYISO, retail electricity providers can now customize pricing offers with dozens of cost components that can be tailored to specific consumer risk requirements. This has allowed buyers to make more strategic procurement decisions based on key operational priorities and energy usage patterns, but it has also added a new layer of complexity to the way energy is priced.
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March 2014
Midwest PJM: Spotlight on Transmission Cost Components in Ohio
In Ohio, NITS is currently handled differently in certain electric utility delivery areas than in the rest of PJM. Over the past several weeks, we have received many inquiries from our customers in the state on how NITS charges are treated. In the interest of bringing clarity to one of the more confusing aspects of the Ohio market, we believe that it is worth looking more closely at NITS and the other transmission-related pricing components.
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March 2014
Strategic Energy Procurement: Understanding Electricity Pricing in ERCOT
Competitive energy markets have come a long way in bringing more options to commercial and industrial customers. In ERCOT, retail electricity providers can now customize pricing offers with dozens of cost components that can be tailored to specific consumer risk requirements. This has allowed buyers to make more strategic procurement decisions based on key operational priorities.
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February 2014
PJM Electricity Pricing Components
Competitive energy markets have come a long way in bringing more options to commercial and industrial customers. In PJM, retail electricity provider can now customize pricing offers with dozens of cost components that can be tailored to specific consumer risk requirements. This has allowed buyers to make more strategic procurement decisions based on key operational priorities and energy usage patterns, but it has also added a new layer of complexity to the way energy is priced.
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