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The Podcast Connect - Understanding Competitive Markets with Enerex CEO Nate Richards - Part Two

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A 20-year veteran of media and energy, I've combined those two skills into The Power Connect - a podcast that covers all aspects of the energy ecosystem through news and interviews. And thanks to...

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After learning about the difference between a regulated and deregulated market, in today’s episode Nate takes on a trip to learn how commercial differs from residential - and it’s not just the amount of power they use that’s different. We also get into the role of the broker, why dispatachability is as important a factor as any and I ask Nate are the markets working right now given the extreme heat and the fluctuating prices that are resulting due to the demand.

 

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