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  • 7 for 2017: Global Energy Market Trends

    7 for 2017: Global Energy Market Trends

    The global energy landscape continues to evolve. Sometimes by the nanosecond, sometimes by the day. But there is no such thing as a glacial pace. So to keep up-to-date on the developments that...

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  • Energy Market Watch: April 2017

    Energy Market Watch: April 2017

    What does the month of April have in store for the energy market and economy? A shower of important dates (and bad puns, apparently). Here are dates to circle on the calendar to stay up to speed...

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  • The Energy Paradox: Accessibility and Security of Energy Supply

    The Energy Paradox: Accessibility and Security of Energy Supply

    With more energy sources available to organizations than ever before, how can accessibility and security still pose challenges? It’s a topic that will be explored in detail at the upcoming...

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  • A Large Body of Water: The Impact of Deregulation in England

    A Large Body of Water: The Impact of Deregulation in England

    1 April. Synonymous with fools and shenanigans. This year, however, it also marks a significant shift that will impact utility budgets and spend for companies across England, which is no laughing...

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  • Making Waves on World Water Day

    Making Waves on World Water Day

    Water is 65 percent of the body. And humans can only live three days without H2O. It’s almost impossible to comprehend the importance of these three small molecules. However, today — World Water...

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  • 3 Megatrends Shaping the New World of Energy

    3 Megatrends Shaping the New World of Energy

    The world demand for energy is increasing Electricity consumption is projected to grow twice as fast as all other forms of energy consumption. This rapidly rising demand applies pressure to many...

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  • Why Solar Prices Have Eclipsed Wind

    Why Solar Prices Have Eclipsed Wind

    Spend five minutes on Google and you’ll find a raft of news on the plummeting cost of solar energy. The stories are as common as rays of sun in the Caribbean. (Thanks for the indulgence.) And...

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  • Renewable Choices: International Markets

    Renewable Choices: International Markets

    The next installment of “Renewable Choices” — a series on turning clean energy into business advantages. On today’s docket? International markets for renewable energy. Also, check out the recent...

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  • The Future Is Active (Energy Management)

    The Future Is Active (Energy Management)

    It’s Time to Activate an Efficient & Sustainable Future The days of a procurement officer working alone to sign long-term energy contracts are drawing to a close. Same with an operations manager...

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  • Industrial Manufacturing: Sun Chemical

    Industrial Manufacturing: Sun Chemical

    Switch to renewable energy will cut electricity costs at New Jersey production facility by $400,000 Solar project adds to 12-year energy management partnership that has produced more than $12...

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  • Renewable Choices: PPAs and EACs

    Renewable Choices: PPAs and EACs

    This is the start of a new series from our team at Renewable Choice Energy, answering the most common renewables questions and providing insight on how companies can capture the benefits of clean...

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  • Managing Hidden Energy Costs

    Managing Hidden Energy Costs

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  • Water Deregulation in England – What You Need to Know

    Water Deregulation in England – What You Need to Know

    Starting in April 2017, organizations in England will have more choices for water services. What is water deregulation? Deregulation is expected to increase choice, lower prices and enhance...

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  • The 101: Power Purchase Agreements

    The 101: Power Purchase Agreements

    Trends are a fundamental part of both the social and business landscape.  Trends give name and context to observable patterns that may cut across sectors, regions, or even continents.  In many...

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  • Energy Market Watch: January 2017

    Energy Market Watch: January 2017

    Happy New Year! As we wrap up the holiday season with an eye on new year resolutions, the energy market shows no signs of slowing down. Nor do they seem too interested in changing, with 2017...

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  • U.S. Natural Gas Storage Sets Record High for Second Consecutive Year

    U.S. Natural Gas Storage Sets Record High for Second Consecutive Year

    Natural gas storage can be thought of as the residuals of supply and demand – when United States gas supply exceeds consumption, the gas that’s leftover heads into storage. Because of...

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  • Running the Numbers on Renewables

    Running the Numbers on Renewables

    When talking about the renewable revolution, what comes to mind? Wind farms in Germany and solar farms in California? Or is it China’s massive wind fleet and India’s solar target for 100 GW by...

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  • Energy Espresso: 3 Megatrends to Watch in 2017

    Energy Espresso: 3 Megatrends to Watch in 2017

    With 2017 just around the corner, there’s no better time for Schneider Electric analysts to serve up this quarter’s Energy Espresso — a market update in minutes that looks forward to the new...

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  • Get Active: A New Approach to Energy Management

    Get Active: A New Approach to Energy Management

    As the demand for energy grows and energy becomes more digitized, decentralized and decarbonized, leading companies are changing how electricity, natural gas and other resources are bought and...

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  • Renewable Energy and the New Administration

    Renewable Energy and the New Administration

    While the cabinet selection process is still underway, there’s a fairly clear idea of where Donald Trump stands on core energy issues. In short, Donald Trump is skeptical of climate change,...

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