WHAT IS NEW AT EMC18?

By Jack Doeuck, co-Founder, Energy Marketing Conferences Some people say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” We have run 17 successful conferences since 2014, and after each conference, we ask our attendees what we should do to ‘change it up’ and most often the replies are “EMC is great, why change it?” That said, […]

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Energy Marketing Conferences Announce Kevin Greiner, CEO of Gas South as its Keynote Speaker at EMC18 in New York City

Energy Transition EMC18

Hundreds of Competitive Energy Executives Gather in NYC to Discuss “Accelerating the Energy Transition” Sept 14th-15th at the 18th Energy Marketing Conference. The sponsors and exhibitors at Energy Marketing Conferences are companies who have supported the growth and acceleration of the energy transition in the competitive energy industry for many years.” — Jack Doueck NEW […]

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

hyper inflation

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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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

Capco

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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