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AGR Group Catches Renewable Energy Wave

AGR Group was a pioneer in the marketing of deregulated power and gas at the turn of the century, at the forefront of a movement toward energy choice and competitive…

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Renewable Energy Bridging Political Divide

In recent years, the topics of climate change and renewable energy have typically been major political platform issues, with one side denying the importance of carbon dioxide emissions and the…

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Pennsylvania Bill Proposes New Restrictions

Following the example of Connecticut, Pennsylvania State Representative Robert Godshall has proposed a new measure (HB 844) to implement numerous new restrictions on variable rate plans for residential and small…

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Los Angeles to Study Feasibility of Aggregation

The efforts of South Bay Clean Power have paid off. According to a recent article posted on their site, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted in favor…

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Connecticut Plans to Ban Variable Rates

Landmark legislation in the Connecticut Senate, proposed by Senate President Martin Looney, seeks to ban variable rates for residential customers within the state. Supporters of the measure claim that variable…

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Pennsylvania Considers a Bill for Aggregation

Pennsylvania Representative Harry Readshaw has introduced a bill into the General Assembly to allow both opt-in and opt-out community choice aggregations within the Keystone State. The bill, which has currently…

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Renewable Energy Creates an Impact

A recent report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that worldwide carbon emissions remained stagnant in 2014, despite widespread economic growth. This historic announcement marks the first time in…

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CIPHER System Strengthens Customer Service

One of the most important features of any outsourced customer service team is the ability for it to manage complex information on your behalf, and that’s doubly true in the…

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Delaware Considers State Choice Aggregation

Delaware may be joining the growing list of states that have passed laws to allow Community Choice Aggregations to take place. Toward the end of 2014, State Senator Colin Bonini…

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New York Embraces First Aggregation

The New York Public Service Commission has approved a pilot program to test opt-out community choice aggregations (CCAs) for residential and small commercial customers in Westchester County. As mentioned in…

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