Energy Purchasing: Make Risk Your Advantage, Not Your Obstacle

When someone talks about risk, what does it make you think of? Oftentimes it feels like a threat:...

Webcast: On Oil and Geopolitical Influences

In the latest episode of Fortunato & Friends, Exelon Chief Economist Ed Fortunato interviews Adam Sieminski, senior adviser to...

The Value of a Managed Energy Purchasing Strategy

Energy prices are always moving. The past several years we’ve seen historically low power and natural gas prices....

School Building Preparedness in the COVID-Era

As millions of students in America head back to school for in-person learning, there are several changes that...

Webcast: The COVID-19 Vaccine and Rise of Delta Variant Cases

In the our special edition episode of Fortunato & Friends, Exelon Chief Economist Ed Fortunato invited Dr. Wilbur H....

Local Governments Choose Renewables for Powering Facilities, Expand to Residents

The United Nations has reported that cities consume almost 80 percent of the world’s energy and produce more...

Energy Trends That Are Here to Stay: Starting with Sustainability Basics

The energy industry is evolving at a rapid speed. Driven by a combination of corporate environmental, social and...

Webcast: The Past, Present and Future of Energy

In the latest episode of Fortunato & Friends, Exelon Chief Economist Ed Fortunato interviews Peter Kelly-Detwiler, Smart Energy Decisions’...

Unmasking the New Face of Hospital Priorities: Combating Climate Change

Local hospitals and health care systems are at the heart of a community’s critical environment. Yet, recent catastrophes...

How Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Are Changing the Energy Industry

Artificial intelligence or AI involves a computer’s ability to adapt to a situation and create a unique solution...