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RESA’s Survey of Americans Finds 74% of Consumers Want to Select Their Own Energy Supplier

The Retail Energy Supply  Association (RESA), the nation’s leading trade association representing competitive retail energy suppliers, found 74% of consumers want to select their own energy supplier. Read more here: https://www.resausa.org/news-events/resa’s-survey-americans-finds-74-consumers-want-select-their-own-energy-supplier
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OPEC’s No.2 Is Planning To Develop Huge Gas Reserves

Iraq is moving ahead with plans to develop its associated and non-associated gas resources in the next two to three years. Read more here: https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/OPECs-No2-Is-Planning-To-Develop-Huge-Gas-Reserves.html#:~:text=Iraq%20is%20finally%20looking%20to,for%20electricity%20and%20gas%20imports
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The Importance of a Test Plan

Earlier in my career when I spent most of my time as a business end user of CRM software, I wondered why it was important to have a Test plan. Our project had a Project plan and we were already familiar with writing test cases so what was all the hype about documenting a Testing […]
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Time To Overweight Renewable Energy

According to some analysts, global oil demand may never fully recover to pre-coronavirus levels, which makes alternative and renewable energy producers more desirable from a long-term investment point of view.   Read more here:   https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2020/06/11/time-to-overweight-renewable-energy/#2fb146621a3b  
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5 Major Trends Driving the $80B US Distributed Energy Resources Market Through 2025

A new Wood Mackenzie forecast describes the emerging U.S. markets for distributed solar, batteries, flexible loads and electric vehicles as grid assets.   Read more here:   https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/5-takeaways-on-the-future-of-the-u.s-distributed-energy-resources-market      
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U.S. electricity consumption this summer is expected to be lowest since 2009. The pandemic may not be the end of this trend.

The nationwide lockdown created significant shifts in electricity consumption and these shifts are expected to continue through the summer.   Read more here:   https://energycentral.com/c/em/us-electricity-consumption-summer-expected-be-lowest-2009-pandemic-may-not-be-end?utm_medium=eNL&utm_campaign=em_net&utm_content=418523&utm_source=2020_06_24  
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Happy Fourth of July!

Wishing you a very Happy 4th from all of us at MidDel Consulting.
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