QuotEnergy Advisors is proud to have helped Red Oak ISD reduce long-term costs by $150,000 per year or $750,000 over the contract term. QEA’s competitive bidding process included 10 quality suppliers and in the end, TXU was selected based on price and overall value they provide. According to Kevin Freels, Assistant Superintendent of Campus Operations for Red Oak ISD: “QuotEnergy helped us capitalize on a major savings opportunity and then provided the expert guidance needed to wrest more savings […]
There was an interesting article around the true use of energy in the USA that is worth reading. The article includes the pictograph below showing how energy is consumed and it is amazing that over 66% is rejected.
Solar WORKS for ISDs With the great success of our first webinar, QuotEnergy Advisors is holding a second webinar that will show you how solar in ISDs is now 13-21% lower than delivered deregulated rates, without risk. The cost of solar has plummeted in the past 12 months and is now competitive with deregulated areas. QuotEnergy Advisors has put together a specially designed solution for schools that can reduce long-term operational costs. The webinar will focus show you […]
In the past few months the price of solar panels has plummeted. We have priced out a few systems recently in Texas and California and the net price of electricity is far below the utility rates using an operating lease model. That means no cash out of pocket and cash flow positive on month 1. Why wouldn’t you take a look and reduce your long-term energy costs? If you have roof space or empty land […]
The electricity grid’s vulernability to either cyber or physical attacks is quite real. And while the availability of the grid is vital to our national security and general way of life. It does not get the same media attention as healthcare, debates, equality, etc., but if you think about it for just a moment don’t you think it should? The grid is essential to provide the two things that we need to survive; water and food. […]
Week 26 of Injection Season saw a similar build to the previous week, further eroding the historical surplus. Today, the EIA reported a net inflow of 49 Bcf, which is just over 10% lower than market predictions of a 56 Bcf build and exactly half that of the 98 Bcf injected this time last year. Much of the West is beginning to see a significant break from the heat heading into October, indicating some relief […]
QuotEnergy Advisors is proud to announce that it has helped Victoria County (Texas) procure 40 million kWh of electricity. The resulting 4-year contract begins in 2019 and will save the County nearly $100,000/year over its current rate. This secures long-term cost reductions to the County under mounting budget pressures. View press release
QuotEnergy Advisors is excited about our redesigned website. We hope you find the new look and information valuable and we encourage you to provide your feedback. We will continue to update our Lets Talk forum with interesting information about the energy market and perhaps a bit about life in general. Thank you.
Platts points out that the forecast peak demand this fall of 54,437 MW is an increase of more than 9% over last year’s fall peak load estimates of almost 50,000 MW. http://www.utilitydive.com/news/ercot-texas-grid-has-enough-supply-to-serve-95-demand-increase/425738/
Quite often when people ask me what I do for a living and in the course of the conversation I often get asked “how does electricity work?”. It is a fair question and not easy to answer in 30 seconds. I came across an article earlier this year that gives a solid primer on how the energy markets work including explaining ISO/RTO’s, generation, demand, etc. I highly suggest taking a moment to read this article.