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Hidden Costs: Uncovering the Implicit Execution Risks of Retail Electricity Pricing

In the first two articles of our retail electricity pricing blog series, we focused on the basic principles of rate setting for Retail Energy Providers (REPs), EDI partners, and billing providers. In our third edition, it’s important to highlight wholesale cost forecasting and recovery as a central component of every retail pricing model.

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Flexible Marketing: Incorporating Rate-Structure Choice as Part of a Larger Retail Energy Strategy

One of the foundational attributes of deregulated electricity markets is consumer choice. Retail Electric Providers (REPs) offer end-users choice in how they source the power flowing into their homes and businesses.

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Staying Flexible: How Load Profiling Can Unlock Complex Rate Structures for Retail Supply

Load profiling, or distributing the variation in electrical demand/load over a specific time period, continues to play an important role in retail energy markets. For over a decade, utilities profiled metered monthly usage to bridge the gap between end user consumption and wholesale energy settlements.

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August 2018

New York Cybersecurity Insurance Deadline Approaches

On August 2, the New York Department of Public Service released the final submission deadlines for the Self-Attestation Form and Data Security Addendum (DSA). Both forms are the end result of an EDI provider's data breach that occurred in March 2018.

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