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

NRG Energy, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend

NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) today announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend on the Company’s common stock of $0.03 per share, or $0.12 per share on an annualized basis.

PG&E Lines Up $5.5 Billion in Funding to Operate Through Planned Bankruptcy

PG&E secures $5.5 billion in DIP financing to fund operations through bankruptcy after last week’s announcement of plans to file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy
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Electric Suppliers Could Have Saved Maryland Consumers More Than $203 Million in 2018

Independent Study Finds Electric Suppliers Could Have Saved Maryland Consumers More Than $203 Million in 2018

MA Department of Public Utilities Seeks Improvement of Retail Energy Market

The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) has released a Notice of Investigation (NOI) into ways to improve the retail energy market.

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.

Texas Regulators Approve Power Market Change Expected to Raise Costs

Texas regulators approved a proposal to change the way wholesale electricity markets work in Texas, a move expected to significantly boost revenues for power generators while increasing electricity prices for consumers and businesses.

How Blockchain Can Change Energy Markets Forever

Whether blockchain had come along or not, energy markets are undergoing unprecedented change. Global initiatives are recognizing the benefits of renewable energy and through uptake, the cost of solar, wind and battery power has dropped below that of fossil fuels. Distributed energy resources (DERs) are more widespread than ever before.

Broker Commissions: It’s That Time of the Month Again

For many brokers and salespersons in the retail energy industry, monthly commission reporting comes with heartache and pain. How can something that seems so easy to produce and distribute, create major challenges for both retail energy suppliers and brokers, challenges which could potentially have negative economic impacts?

Is Cross-Selling Worth It for Retail Energy Suppliers?

Cross-selling, the practice of offering complementary products to customers, is a fairly popular marketing strategy with positive financial impacts for everyone involved. Comcast’s Triple Play, whereby customers get television, Internet, and phone service bundled, is an example.