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Offshore Wind Energy In Sight for New York

With the first offshore wind farm in the U.S. scheduled to come online this year, offshore wind generation is becoming more and more popular on the East Coast. Offshore wind…

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Wind Power Continues to Break Records

The power of wind is on the rise in the US, giving our nation greater access to the renewable. October proved to be a landmark month for the resource, with…

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AGR Group Honors Veterans’ Service to Country

For the last several years, it’s become tradition at AGR Group call centers to pause the outbound telesales activity on Veterans Day and take a few moments to recognize the…

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Oil Price Forecasts Show Conflicting Results

Ask any meteorologist and he or she will tell you: weather forecasting is a tough and often inaccurate business, but modern technology is making things easier. Unfortunately, the security that…

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Wind Continues Its Energy-Mix Impact

Plain and simple: wind power has become a mainstream source of electricity for energy suppliers. But don’t just take our word for it. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently released…

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Blown Away: Wind Farming Gets a Boost

A Rhode Island-based renewable energy company, Deepwater Wind, reached a major milestone this summer with “steel in the water” for the first foundation of a U.S. offshore wind farm. The…

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Trainer Takes Pride in Teaching the ‘AGR Way’

Traevon Barnes spends his days at the AGR Nevada call center mentoring new employees and conveying the principles of the “AGR Way.” It’s a successful formula that’s hard to argue….

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Farmer’s Almanac Forecasts A Harsh Winter

The Old Farmer’s Almanac hit shelves late in August this year, and brought with it a prediction of another rough winter in 2016. Though admittedly unscientific, the Old Farmer’s Almanac…

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Illinois Retail Energy Proves to Be Successful

The Illinois Commerce Commission’s Office of Retail Market Development (ORMD) recently released its 2015 Annual Report, which summarizes enrollment statistics for Illinois’s Energy Choice Program. Illinois was a relatively late…

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Maryland Steps Up Efficiency Measures

Following in the footsteps of nearby Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Maryland’s Public Service Commission has announced an ambitious energy efficiency goal. Maryland’s current efficiency program has caused a decline in…

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