North American Power Markets Will Look Different in the 2020's

The market’s focus is shifting from lowest cost of energy to highest value of power. WoodMac research insight gives an overview of what’s to come in the next decade.

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https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/north-american-power-markets-will-look-different-in-the-2020s

Like Utilities, Customers Are Demanding Real, Measurable Demand Side Management Results

Utilities should take advantage of all opportunities to interact with customers to drive higher levels of satisfaction. Satisfied customers will then be willing to engage more with the utility and its partners to contribute to achieving grid objectives in a manner that is beneficial to both the utility and its broader customer base. 

Powerful Reading: Energy Trading & Investing: Trading, Risk Management, and Structuring Deals in the Energy Markets

Continuing our blog series, “Powerful Reading,” our team of energy trading consultants at MidDel Consulting will be sharing some of their favorite books. These books have not only influenced them in the excellent work that they do for our clients as energy consultants, but have also helped them gain perspective on a variety of global issues as we continue to strive to build a culture of lifelong learning.

Today, we look at a book entitled: Energy Trading & Investing: Trading, Risk Management, and Structuring Deals in the Energy Markets – Davis W. Edwards (2010)