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5 Things You Should Know About Canada's Carbon Tax

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Posted November 13, 2019 | By atinjum

Emission of smoke on the horizon over Lake Ontario

As temperatures drop, we expect to see natural gas prices go up with increasing demand. While a number of usual factors will continue to play a role in gas prices this winter, one factor will have a very noticeable impact in Canada: the new federal carbon tax. 

What does the recently implemented carbon charge actually mean for residential and business energy consumers? On today's blog, we explore five things Canadian consumers should know about the federal carbon tax.  

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See How These Customers Were Protected When ERCOT Prices Spiked

Hurricane approaching North America
Posted September 27, 2019 | By atinjum

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We’ve selected some of the best ERCOT success stories among our Texas customers to show how strategic electricity purchasing can protect your facility’s energy budget.

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The Energy Market is Low – Don’t Make This Mistake

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Posted September 17, 2019 | By atinjum

Graph moving downward 

Even when the energy market is low, customers can find value in the index market through strategic layered purchases.

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5 Virginia Electricity Choice Myths – And the Truth Behind Them

Richmond, Virginia, skyline at night
Posted August 29, 2019 | By atinjum

Richmond, Virginia, skyline at night 

Electric choice in Virginia is complicated. To set the record straight, we’re fact-checking five myths about the state's energy market. Get the truth on today's blog.

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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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