Preparing the Northeast for Winter Storm Juno…and Beyond

Preparing the Northeast for Winter Storm Juno…and Beyond

Winter storms are known for bringing heavy winds, snowfall, and creating potential disaster for lots of areas. Overhead power lines are one of many things brought down by winds and ...

Don’t Waste Your Customers’ Time: Close the Loop

Don’t Waste Your Customers’ Time: Close the Loop

Sometimes I reminisce back to the day and age in which we communicated with customers via the telephone or in person. This was a glorious time where customers actually answered the ...

How to Manage your Energy Better in 2015: 2 Tools You Should Consider

How to Manage your Energy Better in 2015: 2 Tools You Should Consider

November 2014 was recorded as the eighth coldest since 1950, breaking many low temperature records across the Midwest and East, while December was listed on the top ten leader boar ...

Procurement Strategies for a Declining Energy Market: Great Lakes Edition

Procurement Strategies for a Declining Energy Market: Great Lakes Edition

Given the recent pullback in forward gas and power prices, customers are (understandably) concerned that the volatility that upended the market last winter could reemerge at any ti ...

eMarket Update: Week ending 12/12/14

eMarket Update: Week ending 12/12/14

NYMEX prompt month gas rose 16.1 cents on Friday to settle at $3.795/MMBtu amid colder forecasts for late December. Despite Friday’s bounce, the January contract is trading 85.4 ce ...

Natural Gas Customers: Are you considering price protection options for Winter 2014?

Natural Gas Customers: Are you considering price protection options for Winter 2014?

November 2014 set a record as the eighth coldest since 1950, breaking many low temperature records across the Midwest and East. Natural gas customers who have not procured gas for ...

Constellation’s Energy Security Leadership on Display across the Country

Constellation’s Energy Security Leadership on Display across the Country

Most recently, I embarked on a speaking tour from Washington D.C. to California where I had the opportunity to engage with policy and program leaders from the Department of Defense ...

Preparing the Northeast for Winter Storm Juno…and Beyond

Winter storms are known for bringing heavy winds, snowfall, and creating potential disaster for lots of areas. Overhead power lines are one of many things brought down by winds and snow, which continues to cause power outages for homes and business cost in millions when volatile storms of this magnitude hit residential and commercial areas. Customers that have back up/emergency generation can keep lights on ...

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Don’t Waste Your Customers’ Time: Close the Loop

Sometimes I reminisce back to the day and age in which we communicated with customers via the telephone or in person. This was a glorious time where customers actually answered the phone or called us (gasp!) to share their opinions. It was a golden age for customer loyalty. Today, however, we are forced to engage very differently. ...

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How to Manage your Energy Better in 2015: 2 Tools You Should Consider

November 2014 was recorded as the eighth coldest since 1950, breaking many low temperature records across the Midwest and East, while December was listed on the top ten leader board for warmest of the modern era. While gas and power markets are typically sensitive to changes in the weather during this time of year, the November energy market prices moved 5-10% in a few short days based on news that the two ...

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Procurement Strategies for a Declining Energy Market: Great Lakes Edition

Given the recent pullback in forward gas and power prices, customers are (understandably) concerned that the volatility that upended the market last winter could reemerge at any time; yet many believe that delaying buying decisions until spring may be a smarter strategy due to the potential for further price declines. ...

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