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Top 5 Direct Energy Business Blog Articles from August

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Last month brought a whirlwind of energy news on the Direct Energy Business Blog, from major regulatory developments with the EPA's Clean Power Plan and PJM's Capacity Performance proposal to our innovative Energy Leadership Seminar in Chicago. 

To recap the month's top stories, here are our five most popular articles published in August:

5. Industry Leaders Voice Concerns over PJM Capacity Proposal

Despite FERC's approval, there have been many lingering questions among industry stakeholders about the transparency and costs of PJM's Capacity Performance proposal. In this post, Marjorie Phillips (Director of RTO and Federal Services, Direct Energy Business) highlights how PJM Interconnection's capacity changes will impact customers and how Direct Energy Business has represented the interests of customers. 

4. A New, Flexible Approach to Energy Buying in New Jersey: No Regrets

Last month, we were thrilled to announce a new, flexible, and transparent approach for energy buyers in New Jersey: No RegretsSM. With No RegretsSM, Direct Energy Business helps New Jersey customers identify the most favorable energy prices and offers the option to change plans if markets shift in up to 20 days. The solution is designed to provide ultimate flexibility, so customers can lock-in their prices with confidence.

3. Wireless Electricity Monitoring is a Game Changer for Businesses 

Wireless Electricity Monitoring by Panoramic Power is just of the many large business solutions offered by Direct Energy Business to help customers better manage their energy spend and increase productivity. Learn more about Wireless Electricity Monitoring with this video and post. 

2. Live from Chicago: It's the Energy Leadership Seminar!

In August, Direct Energy Business hosted a cutting-edge Energy Leadership Seminar just outside the "Friendly Confines" of Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Hear what the attendees had to say about the event. 

1. 3 Things to Know About the EPA's Clean Power Plan

Unveiled in August, the EPA's Clean Power Plan targets a 32 percent emissions reduction in the electric power sector — the largest source of carbon pollution in the United States — by 2030. The new rule — which is an increase from the initial proposal of 30 percent — is projected to cut carbon emissions by 870 million tons below 2005 levels. In this analysis, we take a deep dive into plan's key provisions. 

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Posted: September 01, 2015

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