Even as 2017 is barely under way, there has already been volatility within electric and natural gas markets. For the past couple of months, the majority of the U.S. has been experiencing colder-than-average weather, driving heating demand and natural gas prices higher. 2017 also promises to be a transitional year for renewables and distributed energy resources as the demand for cleaner energy climbs.
Ecova’s Jonathan Lee, Senior Energy Market Intelligence Manager, Energy Procurement and Ian Bowman, Product Management Director, shares an overview and discussion of these issues as well as foreseeable global energy trends.
In this webinar recording we review:
- Winter update: impacts to energy pricing
- 2017 expectations: fundamentals in the middle of winter and resulting impacts, potential market risks
- DER: state of the market; what should you know from a renewables/DER perspective