Archive for the ‘Energy demystified’ Category

What to do about energy markets: 3 main takeaways 1

Nov 17

Let’s just start by saying that energy markets have gotten more interesting over the past 4 to 6 months. After approximately 7 years of relatively low prices and low volatility, energy prices have spiked and markets have grown increasingly volatile. How volatile, you ask? According to the NY Independent System Operator, as of late September, […]

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How the new MWh software release works: forecasting 1

Oct 27

MWh software update improves energy outcomes for businesses The Megawatt Hour just released a major software update that adds a number of new capabilities. The Megawatt Hour’s goal is to help businesses minimize cost, save time and improve business results by bringing transparency to energy costs and decision making. This new release responds to the challenges […]

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NY Capacity Markets: What you need to know now 1

Sep 1

Once again, NY capacity markets are in flux. For some of the history of capacity pricing and markets in New York, take a look at prior articles here, here and here. In any case, it is time for an update on capacity. Capacity costs will impact your energy budget forecasting and 2022-2025 costs. In this post, we […]

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Event Recording of “The Era of the Smart Power Customer: Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition through Customer-Focused Solutions” 1

Feb 20

For anyone who is interested in this event and missed it, here is a link to a recording of the event. It was an interesting conversation. Title: The Era of the Smart Power Customer: Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition through Customer-Focused Solutions Location: Virtual Register here. Description: With the rapid transition to a renewables-based energy […]

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Cleantech, Collaboration, and Climate Action: Driving the Clean Energy Transition through COVID-19 1

Oct 20

Cleantech, Collaboration, and Climate Action: Driving the Clean Energy Transition through COVID-19 Dynamo Energy Hub and Credit Suisse recently announced the release of a white paper titled Climate Week 2020 – Cleantech, Collaboration, and Climate Action: Driving the Clean Energy Transition through COVID-19. The report profiles clean tech companies who have successfully navigated the challenges […]

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High heat this week 1

Jul 20

High heat in the Northeast is here and should be here for much of the week High heat is expected today and throughout the rest of the week. For example, today, July 20, Con Edison  declared an emergency activation of its Distribution Load Relief Program (DRLP) today, Monday July 20, 2020 from 4:00PM to 10:00PM. […]

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Energy Consumption and Costs: Covid-19.. a work in progress 1

Jun 25

Energy consumption and costs: Covid-19.. a work in progress Customers are curious about what happened with their energy consumption and costs during Covid-19. It is tempting to simply make assumptions about what likely resulted at customer sites during the pandemic. The details are revealing and may surprise you. Of course, the customer profile and type […]

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Dynamo Energy Hub Event: The Customer to Grid Nexus: How Do Utilities and Customers Project Energy Usage After COVID? 1

Jun 2

Title: Dynamo Energy Hub Event The Customer to Grid Nexus: How Do Utilities and Customers Project Energy Usage After COVID? Location: Virtual Link out: Register Here Description: In the power markets, customers are active participants but traditionally have little insight or no access to their energy usage data and market information. Innovative solutions by The Megawatt […]

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Building Emissions: NYC’s LL-97 Measuring Exposure, Step Two 1

May 5

Building Emissions: NYC’s LL-97 Measuring Exposure, Step Two HOW TO CALCULATE YOUR EXPOSURE TO LL97 In the past few months we have had many questions from customers and colleagues about NYC’s Buildings Emissions Law (LL97). In keeping with our commitment to transparency, we have created a series of articles that shed light on the law. […]

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“Baseload” energy demand at home 1

May 5

What constitutes base load energy demand? One residential perspective. What does residential base load energy demand look like? My family and I have been living outside of New York City (in the Catskills) since March 13. Con Edison installed an interval meter for our 950 square foot apartment in February. I thought it would be […]

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