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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): #7: Using One Firm for “All Things Energy”

As we start our next installment in this series, let’s recap the mistakes we’ve covered so far when it comes to savvy energy procurement: not procuring proactively, missing the most competitive rates, developing an inappropriate procurement strategy for your specific needs, not having a pre-determined goal of what you want to achieve, utilizing an aggregation […]

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Energy Procurement Mistakes You Didn’t Realize You Were Making (and How to Avoid Them): #6 – Using a Decentralized Approach

We are now halfway through our series on energy procurement mistakes. The first five articles discussed the mistakes of not procuring proactively, missing the most competitive rates, developing an inappropriate energy risk management strategy for your specific needs, not having a pre-determined goal of what you want to achieve, and utilizing an aggregation for purchasing […]

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