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.

Solar Regulations: A Recipe for Success

The right regulations can make solar more successful within retail energy.

Demand for Michigan’s Electric Choice Program Grows

Report from the Michigan Public Service Commission Outlines Increased 2018 Electric Consumption

GE to Consolidate Renewable Energy Offerings into One Business

GE also plans to streamline the structure of it’s onshore wind program

Deloitte Report Highlights Need for Innovation in Retail Energy

A new report from Deloitte, a global professional services and consulting company, has highlighted the need for broad innovation in the retail energy space.

Renewables Will Power 2019 Electric Generation

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.