Posts Categorized As: Small Business

Timing The Market – Are You Feeling Lucky?

Market Timing And Energy Lessons From The Golf Course During a recent golf outing to Northern Michigan I started thinking about the similarities between playing good golf and taking a smart approach to buying energy. What do I mean by that? First some background on my golf game. ...

How To Get Around The Tyranny Of Choice

Earlier this week, Daniel Moore at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette wrote a great piece titled “Tyranny of (energy) choice?”. In this article, he discussed how in Pennsylvania, selling electricity in a competitive market has lead suppliers to try all manner of reward programs to entice customers. And ...

How Bringing Work Home With You Can Be A Great Thing

When New York State deregulated its energy market in the late ‘90’s, it created new challenges and opportunities for local businesses. Deregulation meant companies could elect to choose their electric and gas suppliers and potentially save a boatload on energy costs. Sounds great, right? Well, not ...