Working from home effects energy use

Impact of Working From Home on Energy Use and Demand 

How Working From Home Affects Your Energy Use  Due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, more Americans are working from home than ever before. As people spend more time working from home (WFH), they are dipping into more household energy sources throughout the day. These include home office electronics, kitchen appliances and cooling, heating and lighting power

NY – Niagara Mohawk Power

Case: 20-E-380Initial Filing Date: 7/31/2020Summary: 4.9% increase requestedEffective Date: 12/1/2021Status: PendingType: Electric   Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation has filed a petition with the New York Department of Public Service requesting an electric delivery revenue increase of $103.3 million, or 4.9%. Beginning December 1st, 2021, this increase will affect all customers taking service in the state

PA – PECO

Case: R-2021-3024601 Initial Filing Date: 4/1/2021 Summary: 7.0% increase Effective Date: 12/29/2021 Status: Pending Type: Electric         PECO Energy Company has filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission requesting an increase in their annual distribution revenue of approximately $246 million, or 7%. Effective December 29th, 2021, this increase will affect all customers

utility bill auditing for businesses

Utility Bill Auditing for Businesses 

What is Utility Bill Auditing for Businesses? A utility bill audit is an inclusive review of a company’s utility invoices — water or sewage, waste, gas and electric — to evaluate rate plans and track billing errors. Other services such as internet, phone services and cable TV can also be considered utilities as they are

Effective Charging Rates for EVs

Electric vehicles are a popular choice for new car buyers and will continue to grow in share of the auto industry. In California for example, there is a target to have all new purchased vehicles be electric by 2035. Edison Electric Institute predicts there will be over 7 million electric cars being used in the

Rate Setting Process for Different Utility Types

Electricity is something that everyone purchases, but many people don’t take the time to think about how their rates are set. The process for determining and changing utility rates depends completely on the type of company. Investor-owned utilities are private companies that operate on a for-profit basis. They are usually owned by shareholders and their

Winter Storm Blows New Reform Into Texas

Back in February, the state of Texas experienced an “Unprecedented cold weather event” that left millions without power while temperatures plummeted. Winter Storm Uri, predicted to impose a significant yet manageable strain on the power grid, instead led to the near-collapse of the state’s infrastructure and extravagant energy prices for days on end. For a

Effect of Biden’s Energy Plan on Utilities

With every shift in national administration comes important changes. How a new presidency will affect different industries and markets is not always predictable. President Joe Biden’s energy plan will inevitably impact the energy sector, including utilities. Of course, campaign promises do not always become reality, but it’s important to understand the administration’s objectives. With pressure