May 14, 2014 | 10:00 AM (CST)
The polar vortex triggered extreme weather events that caused natural gas supply prices in Wisconsin to fluctuate dramatically. In Wisconsin’s actively competitive natural gas market, commercial and industrial customers of all types (including schools, counties, and municipalities) can take advantage of cost-reduction opportunities. During this webcast, APPI Energy’s Maggie Rose, Senior Energy Advisor, and Michael Payne, JD, LLM, Executive Vice President & Corporate Counsel, will discuss strategies for analyzing supply, negotiating supply contracts, and minimizing price volatility.
The polar vortex triggered two extreme weather events in the U.S. in January 2014, which caused many electricity customers to experience increased costs. Although winter 2014 is officially over, the collateral economics will be felt for months to come. If you noticed an increase on your electricity bills, then your bill and supplier contract should be evaluated as soon as possible.View Webcast ››
Jane Seagraves, Business Development Director, APPI Energy, discusses the APPI Energy consulting & procurement benefit program for members of the National Independent Automobile Dealers AssociationView Webcast ››
Jane Seagraves, Business Development Director, APPI Energy, describes the APPI Energy consulting & procurement program available to members of the Biotechnology Industry Organization.View Webcast ››
Mike Payne, J.D., L.L.M., Executive Vice President & Corporate Counsel, APPI Energy, provides an overview of APPI’s unbiased and independent services available to Maryland Nonprofits members.View Webcast ››