Transforming data into energy intelligence

May 26

Take a look at The Megawatt Hour’s new video in which we talk about what is possible when utility data is easier to access. View it here.   Bottom line for businesses: There is no reason to fly blind. Quick, easy access to actionable insights delivers better business outcomes.

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“That’s power..” MWh Customer Story

May 1

Learn how one facilities director has used The Megawatt Hour to improve cost control and to support and reinforce decisions he’s made. Mark Gordon, Director of Facilities at Collegiate School, uses all the information that he can access to ensure long term, stable, predictable costs. Before MWh Before we worked with The Megawatt Hour, we […]

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MWh Co-Founder recognized as a Saas Founder to Know

Apr 27

Thank you AlleyWatch for recognizing MWh Co-Founder Deirdre Lord as one of your 30 SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) Women Founders to Know in NYC! Find the story here at AlleyWatch.

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MWh Markets Report: Q1 2015

Apr 22

Market Highlights Summary Statistics Q1 2015: Best buying opportunity in past 18 months. Through Feb 2015: Avg year to date monthly day ahead cost= $87.60/MWh Q1 2014: Avg monthly day ahead cost =$142.40/MWh Through Q1 2015, MWh clients who consistently purchase during identified buying opportunities have paid an average of 18% less than they would have paid for […]

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Predictable, reliable, improved energy outcomes: Step 2

Apr 8

As we mentioned in our first post in this series, when we poll energy managers about their biggest concerns about energy, the responses are “controlling costs”, “managing out-of-control costs” or a general concern about “rising costs”. There is always a concern that energy costs are completely out of control, and are impossible to predict and […]

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NYISO Recent Demand Response History

Mar 25

We were just reviewing demand response histories at various ISOs. In New York in the last 18 months there has been one EDRP/SCR (demand response) event… guess what day that event occurred? Winter… January 7, 2014. Prior to last Winter, there were EDRP/SCR (demand response) events annually in July, usually over a one week period. […]

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Predictable, reliable, improved energy outcomes: Step 1

Feb 25

Whenever we poll energy buyers about their biggest concerns about energy, the responses are “controlling costs”, “managing out-of-control costs” or a general concern about “rising costs”. There is always a concern that energy costs are completely out of control, and are impossible to predict and manage. That doesn’t have to be true. The Megawatt Hour […]

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MWh Announces Release of New Software Capabilities

Feb 18

Major software release lowers energy operating cost, enhances energy information flow, improves budgeting, forecasting Automates budgeting, reporting, tracking & bench-marking February 19, 2015, NEW YORK, NY – The Megawatt Hour, Inc. announced a major new software release that will continue to lower businesses’ cost to manage and administer utility information and energy costs. The release […]

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RMI’s Parking Apps: 6 Lessons for Retail Electricity Pricing

Feb 9

In October of last year, the Rocky Mountain Institute published a blog post called “Parking Apps: 6 Lessons for Retail Electricity Pricing”. There were a number of points that resonated with us– no matter the inspiration for the insights. The author writes: Retail electricity pricing is similarly poised to undergo an evolution in the near […]

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How to Benefit from Energy Market Movements

Jan 22

There is a simple, straight forward process for lowering energy costs starting right now. It hasn’t been accessible to customers or consultants in the past. It is now. We reviewed that process and a powerful tool to deliver on that process during our Webinar titled 3 Steps to Savings: How to Take Advantage of Falling […]

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