Our latest in thought leadership to help you effectively decipher the market news and sector information that impacts your energy procurement and energy management efforts.

REV-D and Distributed Energy Systems: New developments affecting the way you could soon receive your electricity

REV-D stands for Renewing the Energy Vision, part of a continuing initiative by Governor Cuomo to transform New York’s electric industry away from the traditional, regulated, cost-plus driven system to a de-regulated market featuring the development of customer-owned distributive energy assets. In addition to economic rewards for developers who create renewable generation plants, REV-D incentivizes

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Regulatory Alert!

Effective August 1st, 2016, the New York State Public Service Commission issued Order #15-E-0302 and Order #16-E-0270 in conjunction with and as part of New York State’s initiative “Renewing the Energy Vision” (REV). These orders cover two different topics. The first order sets the ground work to set up a program in New York State

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A Total Market Strategy Combining the Best of Both Analytical Worlds

To uncover hedging opportunities for clients, electricity market analysts traditionally rely on one of two methodologies: fundamental analysis of market factors or technical analysis of mathematical models. Analysts from both camps can boast of delivering key insights and favorable returns. But to minimize risk, are you better served by choosing one over the other—or by

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4th Quarter Pricing Results and Outlook

Pricing Day Ahead Market (DAM) pricing continued to fall throughout the entire quarter due to the mild winter weather and the surplus of Natural Gas in storage. Forward pricing for 2016 contracts continued to trade at a two year low while day ahead and real time pricing reached historical lows. The average DAM price for

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Weather Update & Projections: Spring 2016

November and December 2015 were extremely mild with record breaking temperatures in many parts of the Northeast. Mild temperatures and low levels of snow fall added to the pressure on falling prices and provided resistance to any upward movement throughout the end of December. WSI adjusted their forecast to push cold weather possibilities to the

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