Colin Neagle

Colin
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Neagle

Colin is a marketing manager for Enel X North America and editor-in-chief of the EnergySMART blog.

Articles

Whitepaper: What to Expect from Energy Markets in 2019

In their year-ahead energy market outlook, Enel X North America's Intelligence and Analytics team breaks down the key market issues that could affect energy consumers in 2019 and beyond.

Changes to California's Utility Rates are Disrupting the Economics of Commercial and Industrial Solar

This excerpt from our new whitepaper breaks down why California's utilities are changing their time-of-use rate schedules, as well as the impact on the state's commercial and industrial energy consumers.

Webinar: Energy Market Developments to Watch in 2019

In this upcoming webinar, our energy market analysts will break down the market issues that could impact energy consumers in 2019.

Q&A: Debunking Common Misconceptions About Ontario's Demand Response Program

We spoke with an expert to clear up some of the misconceptions stemming from an upcoming transition in Ontario's demand response program.

Webinar: Financing Backup Generator Upgrades with Demand Response Earnings

A complex regulatory environment creates an opportunity for participants to receive no-cost upgrades to their backup generators and gain access to regular payments through demand response programs.

Capitalizing on the New Solar+Storage Incentives Available Through Massachusetts' SMART Program

A new incentive program makes it easier for Massachusetts energy users to leverage solar-plus-storage technology to reduce energy spend.

Q&A: As Virginia's Utility Rates Rise, What Can Businesses Do About It?

We spoke with an expert to learn more about what's behind the rise in electricity costs for customers of Virginia's two largest utilities, and what large energy users can do about it.

California Utility Shuts Off Customers' Power to Reduce Wildfire Risk

After losing access to power as part of a preventive measure, California's businesses may wonder how prepared they are to operate independently from the grid.

Webinar: Simplifying Energy-as-a-Service for Commercial and Industrial Energy Users

Learn more about what "Energy as a Service" means for commercial and industrial energy users with this live, 15-minute video interview.

Extreme Weather and Energy Risk: Understanding the Impact on Your Organization

Breaking down three recent examples of extreme weather creating risk for large energy users.

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