A fortnightly newsletter that distills energy news into digestible sound bytes per region. Quick doses of information that give you an immediate view across the industry.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - July 22 - Edition 2
June 28, 2022
NERC: Industry sustains grid reliability amid extreme weather, cyberthreats, inverter issues.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - July 22 - Edition 1
July 15, 2022
Natural Gas Soars 700%, Becoming Driving Force in the New Cold War. Shortages of the fuel are rippling throughout the global economy, threatening recessions and a further wave of inflation.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - June 22 - Edition 2
June 30, 2022
Explosion at Texas terminal injects uncertainty into global energy market injecting further chaos into international energy markets as the U.S. has stepped up to replace Russian gas exports to Europe.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - June 22 - Edition 1
June 15, 2022
LNG explosion shines light on 42-year-old gas rules. The last time the federal government wrote regulations for the liquefied natural gas industry, Pac-Man was the hot new video game and Ronald Reagan was on his way to the White House for the first time.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - May 22 - Edition 2
May 27, 2022
According to the EIA, the natural gas consumed for electric power in the United States this past January averaged 31.6 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d): the highest average for the month on record as well as the highest amount for any winter month.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - May 22 - Edition 1
May 11, 2022
The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently predicted that American LNG exports could increase 25 percent in 2022 over last year. Right now, export terminals in Texas and other states are working at full capacity, and companies are simply diverting their gas supply from Asia to Europe.
ZenBytes Energy Newsletter - Apr 22 - Edition 1
Apr 29, 2022
Renewable generation surpassed nuclear in the U.S. electric power sector in 2021, EIA expects summer U.S. real gasoline and diesel prices to be the highest since 2014, and Liquefied natural gas exports continue to lead growth in U.S. natural gas exports.
An Interview with Lori Rader of FirstEnergy Advisors.
Zentility interviewed Lori Rader, a Director at FirstEnergy Advisors, who spoke on her years of experience working in the energy industry, as well as the challenges of building a spin-off energy brokerage firm in a volatile market.
Energy Market Outlook as of June 2022.
I wanted to provide some insight into the markets as of recently as well as some short-term outlooks. In summary, the natural gas supply is tightening...
Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Companies Use Energy Procurement Technology to Manage Contract Renewals for Their Client’s Property Portfolio.
Advances in digital technology have not only made consumers’ lives better but have also introduced improvements to industries like financial services, insurance, and real estate.
8 Digital Transformation Pitfalls for Energy Brokerages to Avoid.
The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, whether energy brokerages are ready to embrace it or not. For instance, sales reps are now engaging and executing deals via digital tools.
3 Ways Commercial Real Estate Companies Can Begin or Accelerate Digital Energy Procurement Transformation.
Digital transformation is sweeping across industries as our ways of working and doing business shift. Companies – along with their investors and stakeholders – are increasingly paying attention to and publicizing their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals and policies.
The future starts with AI: Technology, automation, and AI are safeguarding the energy industry.
Low levels of predictive maintenance on existing infrastructure often leads to higher operational business costs and lower customer retention rates. Manually reaching out to multiple suppliers for every single RFP is an antiquated process.
Energy Efficiency companies are missing this key service.
ECMs (Energy Conservation Measures) usually focus on reducing the demand for energy within the building. One area that is often under-analyzed or completely ignored in an energy audit is the utility (or supply) side.
Maintain profitability and reduce customer churn now.
There’s always a competitor ready to convince your customers to switch. Companies often neglect new or long-established relationships due to limited resources – even though it’s exponentially more expensive to acquire new customers than retain them.
Zentility’s CEO urges you to focus on “Controlling the Controllables.”
These are unprecedented times, and there is no question that businesses of all sizes are facing a significant shock to the way they manage internal operations and engage their customers. What’s more, this global health crisis is going to get worse before it gets better.
4 common misconceptions when switching from your utility company to a new energy supplier.
So, you’ve found a better rate for your electricity outside of your utility company. You could potentially save thousands of dollars every year by making this switch.
With smart technology to make energy and sustainability procurement easier and a back-office team excited to support, get started today!