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ERCOT Electricity – Natural Gas Correlation Widening

Many electricity markets follow natural gas markets as the majority of the generation is fueled by natural gas, and those gas generators set the price of power as often as 80% of the time. However, as energy markets evolve, this historically tight correlation has broken in some regions, namely ERCOT.

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Energy Procurement Mistakes You Didn’t Realize You Were Making (& how to avoid them): #2 Missing the Most Competitive Rates

Energy Procurement Mistake No. 2: Missing the Most Competitive Rates We’ve all experienced it: that moment we realize we paid more than we should have. We thought we did our research and negotiated well, but it turned out that someone else got a better deal. If you’ve been getting bids on electricity supply for years, […]

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The Definitive Guide to Hiring An Energy Advisor, Part 5: Independence is Key

This article concludes our “Definitive Guide to Hiring an Energy Advisor” designed to assist you, the purchaser, in finding, evaluating, and engaging an energy advisor. Over the past four editions, we have shared our insights into the important elements to consider if your organization is shopping around for advice. If you missed any of the […]

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Ohio electric deregulation on the chopping block?

Utilities in Ohio are working on legislation that would cut back on electricity deregulation in the state in order to help fund power plants that are struggling to stay open with the low-price environment for electricity.  The utilities are looking for subsidies similar to ones in other states, but opponents say that the subsidies would […]

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