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GHG Emissions  -  June 21, 2023

Profiting From Energy Flexibility

Volatile energy prices are undoubtedly contributing to increasing operational costs. Organizations are calling out for a solution that not only reduces their energy costs and emissions but enables them to unlock the full potential of their energy infrastructure. Grid operators are paying organizations for energy flexibility, and you may already have this flexibility in your operations. In this new eBook from Enel, “Profiting From Energy Flexibility,” discover why grid operators pay organizations for energy flexibility, how to leverage flexibility with minimal disruption to core operations, where you may already have flexibility in your operations, and popular methods to profit from flexibility.

Power Prices  -  September 7, 2022

Genan Automates Response to Power Price Increases

Genan, a Danish-owned recycling company, will save money in energy costs by automating their response to electricity price spikes.

GHG Emissions  -  April 20, 2022

City of Milpitas Adds Microgrids, Energy Upgrades

The City of Milpitas announced the construction of new sustainable microgrids and a number of city-wide water and energy conservation initiatives, which are part of its Smart City infrastructure program.

GHG Emissions  -  February 24, 2021

Accenture and Microsoft collaborate to accelerate U.K.’s transition to net-zero

Microsoft and global digital services company Accenture announced on Feb. 24 that they are partnering to help speed the U.K.’s low-carbon transition.

Power Prices  -  November 20, 2020

What to expect for ERCOT in the future

With the addition of wind and solar energy to ERCOT’s energy mix, the influence of weather is even greater in determining the cost and availability of electrical power, as well as making long-term forecasting more difficult. This NRG blog provides insight into ERCOT’S forecast for this summer and the actual events that happened on the grid. Learn more about how your businesses can plan for the new grid reality.

Energy Efficiency  -  October 30, 2020

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 13: The Future of Utility Energy Services with Robert Vary

Many market trends today revolve around resiliency, sustainability, and reduction in carbon emissions. These are all at the forefront of customer's minds and are driven by their own corporate ESG goals. In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, Robert Vary, Senior Vice President Sales & Relationship Management, Duke Energy, discusses energy solutions that allow customers to conserve their own capital while providing subscription payments that allow customers to have a predictable budget on what they spend on energy efficiency.

June 15, 2020

Webinar replay: Navigating Energy Planning in a COVID-19 Economy/ERCOT

The value of certainty and stability is more evident than ever, especially in today's world. For businesses looking to understand change and, better yet, to be prepared for it, this important webinar from NRG brings together a diverse panel of experts to provide insights on market impacts in ERCOT related to COVID-19 including energy pricing, supply choices, and regulatory actions.

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 27, 2020

The impact of renewable energy on electricity pricing in ERCOT

Energy markets rarely stay static. Understanding marketplace dynamics and emerging concepts like peak net load is vital. This new blog from NRG captures these factors and tangible strategies for businesses in Texas to consider as summer approaches.

Regulation  -  January 9, 2020

Va. delegates chart course for competitive electricity market

A piece of bipartisan legislation that would end the monopoly control over Virginia’s electricity system and create competition in the market has made its way into the 2020 Virginia General Assembly session.

October 16, 2019

LevelTen Q3 2019 PPA Price Index Reveals Competition and Expiring Tax Credits as Main Driver on PPA Prices

LevelTen provides a quarterly in-depth look at PPA offer price averages submitted through the LevelTen Marketplace, for both wind and solar projects, in five independent system operator (ISO) regions. In addition to reporting on how much PPA offer prices have changed, they conducted a survey of renewable energy market developers with active projects in the LevelTen Marketplace to explore why prices changed.
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