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Monzo, U.K. Bank Offering Energy Supply Switching Via Its App, Expanding To U.S., Raises Funding
Monzo, a digital, mobile-only bank based in the United Kingdom, that previously added the ability for customers to switch their retail energy supplie...
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German Retail Supplier Says Proposed Divestitures In E.ON, Innogy Deal Don't Go Far Enough
Lichtblick, a German retail energy supplier, said that divestitures proposed by E.ON to address anti-trust concerns with its acquisition of Innogy’s n...
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National Grid Sub. Invests In Solar Company Touting "Solar Without Fear" (Performance Guarantees)
Omnidian, described as, "the only nationwide provider of residential and C&I solar system protection plans and performance guarantees," announced a ...
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Police Warn Of "Aggressive" Door-to-Door Energy Marketers Asking To See Utility Bill
Police in Upper Darby, Pa. have warned residents of "aggressive" door-to-door energy marketers asking to see their utility bill, WPVI reports One suc...
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Update: Ventura Moves Some Accounts Back To Utility Supply From Municipal Aggregation
The City of Ventura, Calif. has elected to move its streetlight accounts from its municipal aggregation back to Southern California Edison for supply...
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Forbes Takes Further Look At Rise Of German Retail Supplier Using Blockchain, Peer To Peer Sales
Forbes has published another story on Lition AG, a German start-up using blockchain to allow retail electric customers to select their specific source...
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Report: CMP Misled Public, Mismanaged Rollout Of Billing System; Tack Differs From ScottishPower
The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram published an in-depth review (via of the trouble-plagued rollout of a new billing/CI...
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Report: Calif Municipal Aggregations Returning Some Accounts To Utility Supply
The Ventura County Star reports that several cities in Ventura County, California are returning certain high-usage accounts from their community choi...
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Municipal Aggregation Signs PPAs For Solar + Storage, Wind
The East Bay Community Energy (EBCE) board of directors has approved two power purchase agreements for a combined 157.5 Megawatts from new wind and so...
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PSEG Power Reaches Agreement To Sell Its Interest In Two Power Plants, Reports Expected Impairment
PSEG Power has agreed to sell its 776-megawatt (MW) interest in the Keystone and Conemaugh generation facilities in western Pennsylvania and related a...
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Report: Australian Gas Networks Makes Play For Enwave
The Australian reports that Australian Gas Networks is making a play for Brookfield’s Enwave gas and energy operation, whose operations include reta...
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Ofgem Says Smart Meter Installation Will Extend Beyond 2020
U.K. regulator Ofgem issued an update on smart meter installation by retail energy suppliers "Energy suppliers are required to take all reason...
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Southern Power Invests In Bloom Energy Fuel Cell In PJM
Southern Power, a U.S. wholesale energy provider and subsidiary of Southern Company, has made an investment into utility-scale fuel cell generation w...
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PJM Authorized To Assess Surcharges To Fund Marginal Line Loss Refunds To Financial Marketers
In an order on remand concerning marginal loss surplus allocation, FERC has ordered that PJM must pay refunds of misallocated marginal line loss over-...
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Mass. Town Selects Retail Supplier For Muni Aggregation
The Town of Acton, MA has awarded a three-year agreement to Constellation to supply electricity to the town's opt-out municipal aggregation The rate ...
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