Buckeye Update: The Punches Continue

Energy Update: What This Means For You, The Ohio Energy Consumer We don’t talk politics, but when it directly affects

Buckeye Black Eye Part II: Ohio Energy Consumers Are Not Happy

Heads Up for HB 6 – Lets Read Between the Lines: “A consumer-funded subsidy…” Last week, Ohio legislators approved what’s

Maryland’s Clean Jobs Act Increases RPS, But Will Have An Impact on Energy Consumers Who Aren’t Prepared

Clean Energy leaders celebrate as the Clean Jobs Act passes state lawmakers A few months ago, Maryland’s Clean Energy industry

ACT FAST: Significantly Low Natural Gas Prices Could Save You Money

How to make the most of low natural gas pricing. As the saying goes, if a window of opportunity appears,

Are You Spending Too Much on Energy?

Whether you own your own business or are responsible for monitoring expenses in a large corporation, you know it is

Avoiding Energy Contract Mistakes

Whether you are a small-business owner or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, you know the importance of making

Power Outages on the Rise in the US

Living in a developed nation, we depend upon electricity for everything–from breakfast to bedtime and recharging our devices while we

Natural Gas Trading Within Tight Trading Range, But Beware of Complacency!

Energy Update September 19th, 2018 Natural Gas Trading Within Tight Trading Range, But Beware of Complacency!   (My reports focus

The Future of Solar Power

What to Expect in the Near Future As long as there have been human beings, we have looked to the

Green Energy 101

People have various reasons for exploring renewable energy resources.  Some fear that the world will soon “run out” of usable

Deciphering Your Commercial Energy Bill

Average commercial energy bills vary by state, but overall the US Energy Administration estimated costs at more than $650/month.  For

4 Common Energy Myths

With a growing number of states embracing energy deregulation, residential and consumer providers are empowered like never before to take

3 Simple Ways to Save Electricity

In Commercial Buildings Utilities are often one of the largest overhead expenses for businesses of every size–more of an expense

5 Ways Energy Choice Benefits You

When electrical and natural gas supply lines first wove their way across America, there were excellent reasons for having them

Natural Gas Supplies Unexpectedly Fall Further Below 5 Yr. Avg!

(My reports focus on Natural Gas as it is the largest energy source for the generation of Electricity; therefore, Natural

Extremely Hot Summer Causes Natural Gas Supplies to Remain Far Below Normal

(My reports focus on natural gas as it is the largest energy source for the generation of electricity; therefore, natural

Low Natural Gas Supplies Supporting Prices, But Prices Still Attractive Long-Term

(My reports focus on Natural Gas as it is the largest energy source for the generation of Electricity; therefore, Natural

Persistent Warm Weather Continues to Slow the Rebuilding of Natural Gas Supplies.

(My reports focus on Natural Gas as it is the largest energy source for the generation of Electricity; therefore, Natural