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Retail price spikes – The drivers and implications

Retail price spikes – The drivers and implications

The recent extreme cold weather in the Midwest and Northeast has driven competitive retail price offers, specifically for residential customers, to historic highs. Customers and policymakers in Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania are investigatin ...

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Competitive pressures and residential retail electricity price trends

Competitive pressures and residential retail electricity price trends

This author no longer works for DNV GL. In August 2011, we started tracking 12-month fixed-price residential retail electricity offers in the eight most vibrant markets. During the past year, the number of residential retail offers has increased i ...

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Critical issues of large customers and competitive retailers in Ohio

Critical issues of large customers and competitive retailers in Ohio

This author no longer works for DNV GL. I recently spoke at a conference for large commercial and industrial (C&I) customers in Cincinnati, Ohio. Through this opportunity, I learned key concerns of large end-use customers. In addition, retail ...

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US competitive retail power markets’ quiet growth.

Retail power sales in US competitive markets are forecasted to grow 14 percent in 2010. KEMA's quarterly Retail Energy Outlook finds growth driven by economic recovery and an overall favorable outlook for competitive retail power markets in the US. ...

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