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Advantage Energy Partners announces a new partnership with Gexpro

Advantage Energy Partners

Advantage Energy Partners announced today a new partnership with Gexpro to offer the full suite of Gexpro Energy Solutions products to commercial and industrial customers. As part of Rexel, one of the world’s largest electrical distributors, Gexpro has the resources and experience to deliver solutions that enable customers to save energy.  (via ) Keep reading >>

Advantage Energy Partners announces the launch of The Procurement Advantage

Advantage Energy Partners

Advantage Energy Partners announced today the launch of The Procurement Advantage. The Procurement Advantage is powered by the energy intelligence platform of kWantera and leverages the strategic partnership formed by the two organizations in February 2017. (via ) Keep reading >>

kWantera and Advantage Energy Partners announce the formation of a strategic partnership

Advantage Energy Partners

kWantera and Advantage Energy Partners announced the formation of a strategic partnership to help customers harness the power of Faraday, an energy intelligence platform that provides actionable insights and increases efficiency in the decision-making process. (via ) Keep reading >>

Ohio voters want energy choice, oppose return to monopoly utilities

Efforts by the state’s traditional monopoly power companies to persuade lawmakers to scrap competitive markets and return to a fully regulated system could run afoul of an important political player — voters. (via www.cleveland.comKeep reading >>

Freezing Winter Sees Natural Gas Prices Surge

Natural gas prices are surging as cold weather eats into U.S. inventories, tightening the market much more quickly than many analysts had expected.  (via oilprice.comKeep reading >>

Consumers would be hurt if electricity industry is regulated again, report says

Ohio households and businesses have saved $15 billion since 2011 because of electricity deregulation, according to a new report from a group that opposes efforts to return to regulation. (via ) Keep reading >>

Commercial Supply Rates At FirstEnergy PA Utilities To Increase; Penn Power Rate Up 15%

The FirstEnergy Pennsylvania utilities have filed new tariffed PTC Default rates for commercial customers with the PUC for the three-month period starting December 1, 2016. (via Keep reading >>

Small Businesses Have “Hope” But Few Hiring

“PNC’s Chief Economist Stuart Hoffman says the new findings reinforce the fundamentals are solid for the U.S. economy and support PNC’s forecast for moderate growth for the rest of this year that will carry into 2017.” (via Keep reading >>

Hurricane Matthew caused millions of customers to go without power

“Hurricane Matthew resulted in temporary electricity outages for millions of customers along the southern Atlantic Coast. Matthew was a Category 3 hurricane when it hit the east coast of Florida, just north of the St. Lucie Nuclear Plant, on Thursday, October 6. The hurricane traveled north along the Florida coastline, and by Saturday, October 8, it had reached South Carolina and continued its track along the coastlines of North Carolina and southeastern Virginia before heading out to sea.” (via Keep reading >>

Winter heating bills likely to increase, but still remain below recent winters

“Most U.S. households can expect higher heating expenditures this winter (October through March) compared to last winter, according to EIA’s Winter Fuels Outlook. Winter heating expenditures for most fuels were especially low last winter, when energy prices were relatively low and warm weather reduced heating demand to the lowest level nationally in at least 25 years. Although expenditures for nonelectric fuels are expected to be higher than last winter, expenditures are comparable to or lower than the average winters from 2010–11 through 2014–15. By comparison, electric heating prices and expenditures are expected to remain relatively stable.” (via Keep reading >>

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