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Here are the Top 5 Energy Stories from June

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June brought a whirlwind of energy news, tips and insights on the Direct Energy Business Blog. 

Here are the month's most popular posts.


5) How Commercial Electric Choice Saved Ohio Businesses $3.5 Billion

Businesses in Ohio have benefited from electric choice. Between 2011 and 2015, the Buckeye State's commercial customers saved an estimated and staggering $3.5 billion simply by switching to a retail energy provider. 

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4) Energy Market Update: PJM's Capacity Auction Results

In this edition of the Energy Market Update, Tim Bigler — Direct Energy Business Energy Strategist — overviews recent changes to PJM's generation mix and the results for the region's 2020/2021 Base Residual Auction (BRA).


3) What is Energy Choice, and How Can It Benefit My Business?

As part of our ongoing Lightbulb Moments series, we’ve put together a new, informative video to help overview energy choice in layman’s terms. 

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2) What are the Anticipated Reserve Margins for this Summer?

In its 2017 Summer Reliability Assessment, NERC calculates the total amount of available resources in select NERC regions and finds there are enough to meet this summer's peak demand. Check out our blog post to learn more. 

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1) How Pennsylvania Businesses Saved $3.4 Billion on Electric Costs

According to a recent report by the Energy Research Consulting Group (ERCG), the Keystone State's commercial customers saved an estimated $3.4 billion over a five-year span simply by switching to a retail energy provider.

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Posted: July 06, 2017

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