Many companies have an opportunity to significantly reduce their energy costs by contracting with a competitive energy supplier in Virginia. In fact, we have seen customers save 8%-15% by leaving the default rates offered by Dominion Energy and Appalachian Power.
Despite the significant savings potential, few organizations fully understand the opportunity or how to take advantage of the nascent market.
Join us on Wednesday, May 9, as EnerNOC Senior Energy Advisor Tucker Davis and Principal Energy Analyst Brian Perrone discuss the competitive energy opportunities in Virginia, and examine three case studies with six-figure annual savings.
In this session, we will discuss:
- Why the VA energy market is unlike other competitive PJM markets
- Who is eligible for third-party competitive supply
- How demand charges impact your savings opportunity
- What steps you can take to get started
Senior Energy Advisor, EnerNOC
Tucker began his energy advisory career in 2006 at the Maryland energy consulting firm, South River Consulting. Tucker joined EnerNOC in 2008, becoming a Principal Energy Advisor in 2015. Tucker currently manages a $400 million energy portfolio for large commercial enterprises and institutional buyers. He specializes in the development and execution of customized risk management strategies for procurement of electricity and natural gas in the US, financial analysis for renewable energy projects, and developing advanced wholesale purchasing strategies for large energy consumers within the PJM footprint. Tucker earned his Bachelor of Economics from Tulane University and MBA from The George Washington University.
Principal Energy Analyst II, EnerNOC
Since joining EnerNOC in 2008, Brian has led EnerNOC’s Portfolio Management and Analysis, working as a Principal Analyst and providing energy market analyses and risk management support for EnerNOC customers. In his role as a Principal Analyst, Brian also manages PJM sub-accounts, performs storage analysis, tariff analysis, cost modeling and energy budgeting. Prior to EnerNOC, Brian was a Senior Analyst with South River Consulting and a trader/analyst at Duke Energy, where he traded petroleum products in the US Gulf and East Coast Markets. Since 1996, Brian has held various positions with large natural gas firms including PG&E Energy and Columbia Energy. He is a 1994 graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and earned his MBA in finance from Loyola College.