Introduction to Electric Markets and Procurement Strategies

Scott Harford, Energy Management Consultant with Penn State’s Facilities Engineering Institute, will explore the benefits of a deregulated market and the energy procurement process for Pennsylvania enterprises and town planners.
Introduction to Electric Markets and Procurement Strategies - Webinars
Length: 1 hour
Language: English
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Description

When: July 19, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Pennsylvania was one of the first states to change to deregulate energy in 1996. With deregulation of the energy market, businesses as well as homeowners can now choose their energy supplier. What factors should a business or organization consider in making the best economical choice?

Scott Harford, Energy Management Consultant with Penn State’s Facilities Engineering Institute, will explore the benefits of a deregulated market and the energy procurement process for Pennsylvania enterprises and town planners in this month’s webinar.

Topics include:

  • Deregulated Energy Markets
  • Energy Procurement tips:
    - Energy Contract
    - Securing a price: sealed bids vs. reverse auctions
    - Broker and procurement fees
    - Aggregation
    - Market structure and popular energy products
  • Managing Market-based risk
  • Final thoughts
  • COSTARS Electric Procurement Services

Who is this for?

This webinar is geared for businesses, township officials, organizations, and all who are interested in the commercial procurement of energy markets.

What will you learn?

Participants will learn how to navigate the procurement process in selecting energy suppliers

Instructors

Community Development

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