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What a Biden presidency will mean for U.S. energy policy

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Posted November 19, 2020 | By atinjum

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For the first time in 28 years, there will be a change in presidential leadership after one term. Read more about what the new adminstration could mean for energy policy.

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Top 5 Benefits of a Dedicated Energy Strategist

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Posted August 31, 2020 | By atinjum

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Navigating the energy market can be overwhelming, especially when energy management is one of many business tasks. An energy expert can help. Read today's blog to find out the top 5 benefits of a dedicated Energy Strategist.

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It pays to pass-through – why not fixing every energy component could benefit you

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Posted August 12, 2020 | By atinjum

 Pass through electricity costs

In this ever-changing economic environment, it’s important to reconsider conventional energy buying wisdom and reevaluate your energy procurement options. Read today's blog to find out how you can pass through charges to lower costs.

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The Business Case for Renewable Energy

The Business Case for Renewable Energy
Posted August 5, 2020 | By atinjum

The Business Case for Renewable Energy

The triple bottom line - profit, people, planet - has been part of the business lexicon for over 25 years. Today, more than ever, “people” and “planet” are inextricably linked and organizations are being pulled in many different directions. With numerous potential initiatives, how do you convince executive leaders to prioritize sustainability as a business imperative within your organization? Read today's blog to find out.

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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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