Natural Gas Short-Term and Long-Term Market Predictions

Reliable Power Alternatives Corp. VP of Operations Mark Kleinginna offers his insights about the current natural gas market and what the future holds for energy commodities.

NYISO Offers Insight into Impact of New Real-Time Carbon Pricing Model

Called the “location-based marginal price for carbon” (LBMPc), the NYISO said this past week the pricing model could appear as early as the spring of 2021.

Bull or Bear? Wholesale Nat Gas Prices Offer an Opportunity

Reliable Alternative Power Inc.’s Vice President of Operations Mark Kleinginna shares his thoughts about how to handle the natural gas market’s bearish trends.

Analysis: NYISO’s Year-on-Year Forward Pricing for Summer 2019

Analyst says New York forward pricing data indicates those who buy summer power early can avoid upward revisions.

PJM Has Drastically Reduced Forced Outages

Data indicates PJM is significantly more adept at reducing outages during cold-weather events than they were five years ago.

A Tale of Three Winters

As always, the EIA offers us an interesting set of data that tells us a story both about how markets work, and what can happen if resources are allocated properly.

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 3)

Energy delivery costs set to increase over next thirty years.

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 2)

The United States becomes a net energy exporter, meaning lower prices for consumers.

EIA 2019 Energy Outlook: What Does It Mean for the Consumer? (Part 1)

The report contains eye-opening prognostications for the energy market over the next 30 years

Electricity Intensity of U.S. Homes and Commercial Buildings Decreases in Coming Decades

Residential electricity sales increase 0.4% per year from 2018 to 2050