Alternative Ways to Post Security and Extend Credit to Customers

Energy retailers face working capital squeezes and unsecured credit exposures TL;DR Energy retailers face increasingly stringent requirements to post security Energy retailers have limited options when securing and/or financing their own receivables Existing credit providers struggle to provide a comprehensive, streamlined solution Rising commodity prices and changing credit requirements mean energy retailers are required to […]

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How Energy Retailers Can Increase Their Value

Leading energy retailers are being proactive by offering compelling solutions to retain customers. TL;DR Energy retailers face growing competition, a crowded ecosystem, and high customer churn. Retaining customers means providing them with a suite of innovative solutions to help them manage their energy consumption. Retailers can’t do it all by themselves — they need to […]

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As a Retail Energy Provider, Are You Ready for Energy (Hyper) Inflation?

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World events, policy changes, and dropping domestic energy production has led to the fastest growth in residential electricity rates since 2008. If this trend is consistent with previous inflationary periods, this may be just the beginning of a prolonged period of rising home electricity costs and living expenses. So what does this mean for retail […]

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What is Cloud Native?

Cloud-Native is an approach to software development based on cloud computing to make applications scalable and resilient in the face of rapid change.  Cloud-Native applications are designed for elasticity, supporting a continuous delivery process that puts agility first. A well-designed Cloud Native application will scale up and down automatically, adapt to cloud provider conditions, utilize […]

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The Texas Power Grid Fallout: View from a Risk Manager

It was exactly a year ago this month that Texas experienced a power grid fallout due to severe winter weather – a total anomaly in the history of the state. Even though the Texas fallout wasn’t the first time we’ve seen weather anomalies cripple the power grid and spell financial doom for organizations that were […]

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Keeping the Lights On Isn’t Only ERCOT’s Responsibility

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One year ago, Winter Storm Uri caused catastrophic damage to Texas resulting in power loss for more than 4.5 million people and roughly 57 people died from hypothermia.1 The record-setting storm plunged the state into below-freezing temperatures for over a week. It’s estimated the economic toll Texas sustained ranged from $80-$130 billion due to power […]

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Energy Marketing Strategies to Attract Customers

The energy business is a profitable industry, as there is always a global demand for its goods and services. Meanwhile, time dictates new rules and priorities in this sphere. A professional college essay editor from https://essay-editor.net/, providing editing services online, often gets tasks to edit research papers on this topic. For this post, he has […]

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