How One MA Town Curbed Its Energy Usage By 14 Percent

How One MA Town Curbed Its Energy Usage By 14 Percent

Essex is a picturesque town located on the lovely north shore of Massachusetts. With over 3,500 residents, the town is known for two things: Its world-famous fried clams and being ...

Summer 2014: Trends, Tricks and Tips for the Northeast Energy Buyer

Summer 2014: Trends, Tricks and Tips for the Northeast Energy Buyer

It should come as no surprise that the summer and winter seasons tend to be the most volatile periods in the northeast region of the United States. Luckily, due to moderate (even c ...

The Importance of Loyalty for Customer Satisfaction

The Importance of Loyalty for Customer Satisfaction

My name is Meredith Keeney and I work directly for the CEO. No, I’m not tooting my own horn and referring to our Chief Executive Officer, Joe Nigro. I am actually referring to the ...

Putting Yourself in the Driver’s Seat: A Gas Storage Report

Putting Yourself in the Driver’s Seat: A Gas Storage Report

It’s no secret that weather plays a major role in driving gas and power fundamentals. This past winter alone (which, by the way, was one of the coldest on record in the United Stat ...

Creative Finance Solutions are Central to Driving Innovation in Federal Energy Projects

Creative Finance Solutions are Central to Driving Innovation in Federal Energy Projects

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak on a panel at the “Driving Resources into Energy Innovation” conference hosted by the American Energy Innovation Council and Bipartisan Pol ...

“Community Champions” Grants Cultivate Love of Environment

“Community Champions” Grants Cultivate Love of Environment

Having grown up in Las Vegas, John Marenco’s three daughters didn’t know much about gardening. They didn’t know much about their new community, either, having just moved to Houston ...

How Will Climate Change Affect Your Energy Management Plan?

How Will Climate Change Affect Your Energy Management Plan?

More than 300 climate science experts have spoken, and the message is clear: Climate change is affecting all of us in drastic ways. Extreme weather related to climate change has al ...

How One MA Town Curbed Its Energy Usage By 14 Percent

Essex is a picturesque town located on the lovely north shore of Massachusetts. With over 3,500 residents, the town is known for two things: Its world-famous fried clams and being located in a region with some of the highest electricity rates in the Lower 48 states. Like many municipalities, Essex had been struggling to upgrade essential government buildings while balancing a tight budget. For example, the ...

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Summer 2014: Trends, Tricks and Tips for the Northeast Energy Buyer

It should come as no surprise that the summer and winter seasons tend to be the most volatile periods in the northeast region of the United States. Luckily, due to moderate (even cooler-than-expected) temperatures experienced through the past few summer months in the New England and New York markets, these regions have been reported to possess adequate electricity supplies to meet any unforeseen spike in co ...

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The Importance of Loyalty for Customer Satisfaction

My name is Meredith Keeney and I work directly for the CEO. No, I’m not tooting my own horn and referring to our Chief Executive Officer, Joe Nigro. I am actually referring to the three gears that power Constellation’s business: Customers, Employees and Owners (CEO).  The truth of the matter is, none of these gears can turn in isolation – they either turn together or they don’t turn at all. And what, exactl ...

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Putting Yourself in the Driver’s Seat: A Gas Storage Report

It’s no secret that weather plays a major role in driving gas and power fundamentals. This past winter alone (which, by the way, was one of the coldest on record in the United States since 1981) set all-time highs for heating demand and power consumption. This ultimately led to NYMEX prices rallying to a five-year high and gas storage levels dropping well below the five-year average (See Table 1). As expect ...

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Creative Finance Solutions are Central to Driving Innovation in Federal Energy Projects

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak on a panel at the “Driving Resources into Energy Innovation” conference hosted by the American Energy Innovation Council and Bipartisan Policy Center. Speaking on a panel titled, “Enabling the Government to be a Customer for Innovation” that was moderated by Bloomberg reporter, Jim Snyder, I joined energy experts from the Navy’s Installation and Environment Departmen ...

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“Community Champions” Grants Cultivate Love of Environment

Having grown up in Las Vegas, John Marenco’s three daughters didn’t know much about gardening. They didn’t know much about their new community, either, having just moved to Houston last year. But both their horticultural skills and friendships have blossomed since they got involved in the Cyprus Creek Lakes Garden Club. The club meets once a month and also hosts an annual event to inspire budding green thum ...

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