Time: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Retail energy is quickly moving away from a traditional model to a deregulated model that differs across states and even across utilities, creating opportunities not just in the retail sale of energy but also in the supply and financing of the generation of that energy. This presentation will discuss jurisdictions where retail energy has been deregulated and other jurisdictions looking to deregulate; differences among deregulated markets; the basics of retail energy and retail energy contracts; how retail energy providers obtain the supply they resell to customers; the convergence of retail markets; the drive for increased renewable generation; and the influence of large companies in driving the retail markets. 1 hr CPE – Finance and Business Law; 1 hr CE, 1 hr CLE
Gain an understanding of the changes in retail energy from traditional to deregulated markets.