Default Service Pricing Has Been Wrong All Along

Allows Utilities to Maintain Dominance in Markets

Pick Your Power Provider? the Plan to Deregulate Florida’s Electric Grid

According to the proposed amendment, customers of investor-owned utilities would have “the right to choose their electricity provider and to generate and sell electricity.”

Research Reveals Cost Disparity Between Monopoly vs. Competitive States

Consumers in Monopoly States Paying the Price for Unprecedented Market Conditions

Demand for Michigan’s Electric Choice Program Grows

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

Texas Legislator Wants to Kill Power to Choose Website

A state-sponsored website millions of Texans use to shop for electricity could be on the chopping block.

RESA Announces Election of 2019 Executive Committee

The group was confirmed during RESA’s annual board meeting and will each serve a one year term

Vistra Energy to Acquire Crius Energy

A move that will make Vistra the leading residential electricity provider in the nation

The Value and Opportunities That Solar Energy Brings to the Retail Energy Market

Despite the bad rap that certain aspects of solar power, such as net metering and fixed costs, have received, the reality is that solar power presents many valuable opportunities for the retail energy industry

Japanese Retail Energy Market Presents Opportunities for U.S. Suppliers

Upcoming webinar looks at the country’s vibrant market and advantages for U.S. businesses

NEM to Convene Western Energy Policy Summit

NEM’s summit will gather western region energy stakeholders to examine the drivers behind pro-competitive energy market policies