On September 17, 2020, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”), approved a historic final rule, Order 2222, enabling distributed energy resource (“DER”) aggregators to compete in all regional organized wholesale electric markets across the US.
Over 20 years ago, I started my first business. As a successful serial entrepreneur, I would like to share some key lessons with you, so that you don’t have to make some of the same mistakes.
Municipalities need to take better control of data in their communities.
As I push forward with an agenda of bringing green affordable energy to the masses, I sometimes forget that what we know within the industry isn’t always understood by customers.
I talk and write about transformational shift in energy to the low-carbon economy, new energy paradigm.
Most of North Americans (Canadians and Americans anyways) have been at home during this Covid 19 crisis, and they have been driving up their energy usage.
In almost everything I’ve done in my life, having a unique “approach” has always been my calling card on how to be different, differentiate among competitors.
Customers are attached to a 100 year old energy model that delivers electricity, and (in many cases) natural gas, to their homes.
I grew up surrounded by successful entrepreneurs.
There are numerous things you could do differently in your daily routine, if you wanted to make a difference to fight climate change. Remember the saying, “think globally, act locally”. But what can those things be? Not everyone want to drastically change their behaviour or spending habits to affect something they don’t think will impact them… significantly.