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ERCOT Prices Spiked to Historic Levels – And It Can Happen Again

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Posted August 15, 2019 | By atinjum

The sun sets behind wind power generators in Texas 

Texas energy consumers were hit hard on Tuesday, August 13, 2019, when high electricity demand, low supply and depleted reserve margins caused power prices across the state to spike to the $9,000 per megawatt-hour price cap. And power customers aren’t in the clear from future hot days creating unfavorable market conditions. To see the big picture, you need to understand the nuances of the Texas energy market.

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5 Common Myths about Energy Choice

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Posted August 8, 2019 | By atinjum

Restaurant owner considering energy options

 Discover some of the biggest myths about energy choice and learn how you can choose an energy supplier that matches the needs of your organization.

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Earn Small Business Perks with MyEnergy Rewards

Data center employees analyze energy strategy
Posted July 25, 2019 | By atinjum

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MyEnergy Rewards, a new loyalty program from Direct Energy Business, allows you to gain access to additional benefits just for being our customer.

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Maryland Energy Prices to Increase with New Renewable Portfolio Standards

Data center employees analyze energy strategy
Posted July 15, 2019 | By atinjum

Baltimore cityscape in Maryland

In May 2019, Maryland passed the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA), a law that will require the state’s homeowners, business owners and corporations alike to procure at least half of the state’s electricity supply from renewable sources. 

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Summer Energy Outlook

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Be ready for warmer weather. See what weather is trending for summer months and find out how this might impact energy prices

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Cheap Electricity But High Bills?

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Wholesale power prices have dropped between 25-40% of the past 5 years. But the average price consumers pay for electricity has increased by 8% over the same time. Download this free report to learn why.

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