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In-house writer and reporter for Energy Pages, has spent almost a decade providing writing and editing services across industries as varied as entertainment and legal services. From news-based writing to exclusive features, she brings broad expertise and drive to her work within the retail energy industry. A New England native and current resident of North Carolina, she enjoys the outdoors, good books, and time with family.
Direct Energy Government & Regulatory Affairs Exec. Weighs in on HEAT Act
Teresa Ringenbach says the bill shows what is possible when retail energy engages with the legislative process.
The annual inventory of electric generators released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reveals that the vast majority of new electric generation capacity in 2019 will come from renewables and natural gas.
EIA Reports 2018 Increase in Wholesale Power Prices
Wholesale power prices were 14 to 60 percent higher in 2018 than in 2017, according to a report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The exact amount of increase depended upon the region, with the ERCOT electricity market in Texas reflecting the highest increase in power prices.
Our new Strategic Media Advisory business model will navigate through thousands of data points, developments, reports, and analysis surrounding the energy industry every day. From financial, technology, policy, to competitive developments, we will map impacts and potential outcomes into clear takeaways, framed on a canvas of scenarios revealing how the energy industry is transitioning.