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CES Acquires Risk Services Group's Electricity and Natural Gas Procurement Consulting Business

Competitive Energy Services (CES) and Risk Services Group (RSG) are pleased to jointly announce that effective September 8, 2022, CES has acquired...

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Maine Voices: Economists support Pine Tree Power referendum

As Maine economists deeply concerned about our children's future, we write to share our view of Our Power's referendum to create the Pine Tree Power Company, a not-for-profit...

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Farmington, ME Solar Array Announcement

Five liberal arts colleges formed a pioneering collaborative several years ago that will allow them to offset 40,000 megawatt hours per year of their collective electrical needs with electricity created...


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After a significant mid-week spike, natural gas front-month futures fell 2.9% week-over-week to settle at $7.76/MMBtu on Friday. Milder temperatures nationwide and a promising injection into storage helped stabilize NYMEX prices.

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New England electricity prices have declined steadily from the late August spike, largely driven by declining cooling demand. The NEPOOL 12-month strip fell by 3.0% week-over-week, settling at $131.94/MWh on Friday.


Natural gas front-month futures saw little change this week, with the September NYMEX strip falling by 0.4% to $9.30/MMBtu. With the worst of the summer heat behind us, falling cooling demand has helped balance out the elevated demand for U.S. LNG abroad.


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