PSEG Long Island has proposed convening a collaborative to explore electric choice issues at the Long Island Power Authority. Read the article.
Natural Gas Prices Rally. Read more here.
Demand Response had a tumultuous year but what will 2015 bring? Find out here.
The deregulation of electricity prices could be coming as prices continue to ride for business owners. Read the update here.
PA judge strikes down pricing alternative for Commercial & Industrial customers. Read article.
Tis the season of the roller coaster of energy pricing responding to weather. Read more here.
November expected to have above normal temperatures, keeping prices low. Read about it.
Read more on how our power grid is changing, what jobs it is creating, and what the future brings. Additional research documents are linked in the story for more detailed information.
Researchers are looking at how dialing up and down the brightness, color and richness of household lighting can help regulate our circadian rhythms. Check it out.
Read about the changing forecasts regarding natural gas here.
JCP&L upgrades parts of Jersey; are you affected? Read more here.
This year saw many third-party suppliers go out of business or investigated for price gouging. It is happening yet again. Read about it here.
Forecasts are talking about the coming winter. See what they have to say about your pricing here.
NY wants to reinvent the utility’s role by using distributed resources (end-use consumers) regularly in their planning to balance the power flowing on the grid. Utilities are looking to use innovation for a pro-active approach to power generation and use. Read the article here
Incentives are available in most regions. Read the article here.
Be sure to check your rates and contracts, whether you are with a third-party supplier or with the utility. Understand why here.
In February and March 2014, more than 9,137 consumers have contacted the Commission with concerns about electric supply prices, many of whom expressed frustration with the time it take to change suppliers. Of those, more than 5,732 consumers have filed informal complaints with the PUC’s Bureau of Consumer Services.
Buildings account for 40% of our nation’s electricity use. In 2012, power plants spewed about 2 gigatons of global warming pollution into our air, which was about one-third of total U.S. emissions. That’s why EDF and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) teamed up to launch the Demand Response Partnership Program (DRPP) aimed at enrolling LEED-certified commercial buildings in host utility demand response (DR) programs.
With the high prices for electricity and natural gas this winter many companies are shocked by how high their bills are. The February bills will be very large and won’t be out until mid-March. Suppliers that use a variable rate for their rollover accounts are very vulnerable right now. Contact NPS for help in renegotiating your contracts and find a better alternative.
Back-up generation used for Demand Response is being more scrutinized.
It’s important to understand your basis price, adders, and surcharges in order to ensure you are comparing “apples to apples”.
National Power Source, LLC (NPS) launched its new logo & website today, October 1, 2013. The company look was newly updated to better emphasize the company’s core mission, which is to be a resource for the consumer and help them find the best deals for their energy needs. The new website is designed to help Commercial & Industrial consumers, as well as, brokerage groups understand who NPS is and how it does business. With the company growing, NPS will regularly add new information to the site to engage and educate the consumer.
Do utilities love customers enough to spend?
Maryland PSC Staff Seeks To Require Supplier to Refund Charges in Excess of SOS Rate; Transfer Some Customers to Other Suppliers; Proposes $3.3 Million Fine.