Top 5 Energy Stories from November

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November brought a whirlwind of energy stories on the Direct Energy Business Blog, including record levels of natural gas in storage, major policy developments in the Midwest, and Direct Energy's acquisition of Panoramic Power.  

Here are our top five energy stories from November:

5.) PowerPortfolio

Given the many factors that can impact electricity prices, it can be difficult for businesses to identify the most strategic power procurement approach. Direct Energy Business is here to help with the personalized and professional guidance provided by PowerPortfolio®.

4.) U.S. Natural Gas Storage Levels Match All-Time Record

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) found that working natural gas in storage matched the all-time record of 3,929 billion cubic feet (Bcf) on October 30, 2015, before breaking the mark in November. 

3.) Midwest Regulatory Update: Michigan HB 4298 Advances to House Vote

In recent months, the Midwest has had a number of major policy and regulatory developments that could spur new markets and big changes for the region's energy landscape. Here's a brief state-by-state rundown of the latest news.

2.) 5 Small Business Energy Tips for the Holiday Season

With winter upon us, these five simple energy tips can help small businesses save this holiday season.

1.) Direct Energy Acquires Panoramic Power

Direct Energy – through its parent company Centrica – announced the completion of its acquisition of Panoramic Power. Here are three ways that Direct Energy’s acquisition of Panoramic Power will begin benefiting business customers today.

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