competitive energy

Survey Shows Consumers Strongly Support Maintaining Existing Energy Choice, ACCES Says

Energy Choice Matters, the leading retail energy trade publication, published a recap of ACCES’ consumer survey and white paper, The Power of Choice: Consumer Preferences on Energy Choice in Florida and Ohio. ACCES spokesman, Michael Meath explained that the survey found, “no matter whether consumers have had choice for a number of years, such as in…

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Survey: Floridians prefer ability to choose energy provider

The Pensacola News-Journal published a follow-up to its investigative feature story on May 19 on Florida’s non-competitive electricity model with a recap of ACCES’ consumer survey and white paper, The Power of Choice: Consumer Preferences on Energy Choice in Florida and Ohio. ACCES spokesman, Michael Meath explained respondents’ views on the role of the Florida PUC while…

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Ohioans comparing electricity and gas prices at new Energy Choice Ohio website

Ohio’s competitive energy shopping website has made significant process since its release, with about 31,000 visitors a month. Columbus Business First Written By: Tom Knox More than 185,000 visitors have checked out the state’s price-comparison tool for Ohio electricity and natural gas customers since its unveiling six months ago. That number averages out to almost 31,000…

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Can small retailers make shopping for green energy more like buying milk?

The American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers (ACCES) was quoted in the Guardian’s latest article on the topic of renewable energy retail choice. The Guardian Written by Sarah Shemkus Unlike other products, electricity options don’t sit side-by-side on store shelves. American Efficient is partnering with local shops to show consumers their choices. At Bayside Milk…

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One Organization’s Quest for Favorable Regulatory Environment

An energy industry stakeholder group issues report that advocates for increased retail electric competition. Business NH Magazine In its Strategic Economic Plan for the state of New Hampshire, the Business and Industry Association (BIA) calls for the governor, the Legislature and regulators to “work with the business community to provide a favorable regulatory environment that…

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