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Battery & EV Technology

Published By Business Communications Company, Inc. (BCC)
Newsletter - monthly

Biomass & Bioenergy

Published By Elsevier Science
Journal - monthly

Bloomberg Power Lines

Published By Bloomberg Energy
Newsletter - Daily
Bloomberg Power Lines is your one-stop shop for next-day power prices and in-depth spot electricity market commentary. Our dedicated staff of electricity reporters brings you tomorrow's prices today, speaking to the major players to bring you incisive and informative coverage of who and what are moving the market.

The Bloomberg Energy Website provides comprehensive coverage of the cash and futures markets for oil, natural gas, electricity, and coal. This subscriber-based website is updated throughout the day with the latest prices and market analysis.

BTU Watch

Published By BTU Watch
Magazine - Daily
BTU Watch is the first real time, online subscription service to add meaning to regulatory data, turning it immediately into information you can use to profit in the energy arena. The most comprehensive source of natural gas and electric regulatory information available to energy players, BTU Watch offers an online strategic tool for analyzing and accessing regulatory information affecting the energy industry. BTU Watch provides real-time high level filtering of daily FERC filings and orders.

BTU Watch increases profits by allowing internal resources to focus on strategy, interpretation and analysis, rather than data mining. Over 20 major energy companies have found that five dollars of internal and external costs are saved for every dollar spent on BTU Watch products.

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Btu's daily

Published By BTU
Newsletter - Weekly

Btu's Daily Gas Wire

Published By BTU
Newsletter - Daily
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Btu's midday

Published By BTU
Newsletter - Daily
Btu's Daily Power Report is now broken into three regional newsletters that expand upon the comprehensive coverage Btu is known for providing its readers. The same up to the minute power market intelligence is broken into three regions: Eastern, Central and Western, and formatted so you can pinpoint the information you need in an instant. It’s guaranteed to reach you by 6 p.m. eastern time every business day, providing you with same day spot prices, basis values, forward prices, spark spreads, degree day accumulations, weather summaries, NYMEX futures, regional nuclear power production levels, the CNG Energy Index and more.

Btu's Midday Report

Published By BTU
Newsletter - Daily

Btu's Weekly Power Report

Published By BTU
Newsletter - Weekly

Building Energy Efficiency Report

Published By KLA Group LLC
Newsletter - Monthly
Case studies, products, programs and services to help commercial buildings reduce energy use.
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Wednesday Oct 7, 2015 - 12:00 PM Eastern - Virtual Event

The utility industry is undergoing a powerful transformation, and big data is right in the thick of it. As utilities wrestle with challenges of distributed energy resources, renewed emphasis on customer engagement, improving grid reliability, upgrading transmission infrastructure and more, more...

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Avoiding the 'Frankenstein' Approach to Utility Mobile Workforce Management

Tuesday Oct 20, 2015 - 12:00 PM Eastern - Virtual Event

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Beyond the Smart Meter: Building a better data architecture to monetize your data and realize your benefits

Wednesday Oct 21, 2015 - 4:00 PM Eastern - Virtual Event

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Strategizing the Role of Bring Your Own Device in Your Demand Management Program

Thursday Oct 22, 2015 - 12:00 PM Eastern - Virtual Event

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Wednesday Oct 28, 2015 - Friday Oct 30, 2015 - New Orleans, Louisianna

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Knowledge Executive Summit

Monday Nov 2, 2015 - Wednesday Nov 4, 2015 - Miami, Florida

Accelerating Knowledge Transfer Among Utility Leaders. Today's utility leaders have to contend with intense schedules and receive a host of invitations to meetings and trade events that do not deliver tangible benefits. Through Knowledge Executive Summit, utility leaders can participate more...

16th PLMA Fall Conference

Tuesday Nov 3, 2015 - Wednesday Nov 4, 2015 - Charlotte, NC - USA

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