“Our background in telecommunications governed our thinking on issue of market and utility power. We saw how in telecommunications, incumbent entities used their power to thwart competition. Our telecommunications experience guided our determination to require unbundling in electricity. Natural gas pipeline unbundling helped explain how to implement competition, and telecommunications was the example of why to do it.”
— Pat Wood, former Chair of the Public Utility Commission of Texas and former member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Media PARTNERs


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OurEnergyPolicy.org is a nonpartisan, nonprofit that seeks to facilitate substantive, responsible dialogue on energy policy issues and provide this dialogue as a resource for the public, policymakers, and the media. By bringing together energy experts in productive national discourse, OurEnergyPolicy.org enhances the potential of identifying, adopting, and implementing effective energy policy. OurEnergyPolicy.org also serves as a one-stop resource hub for all things energy policy, and includes a free Resource Library and Energy Events Calendar


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EnergyChoiceMatters.com is a free website devoted to providing the most timely and in-depth coverage of all issues affecting the competitive retail electric and natural gas markets in the United States. Updated daily, EnergyChoiceMatters.com is written by an industry expert for the industry, and brings focused and comprehensive coverage on a range of matters affecting retail suppliers, their business propositions, and the market.


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Energy Pages is an online trade publication and business directory designed specifically for the retail energy supply leadership and industry vendors. They publish industry news, opinions, resources, as well as case studies and company profiles.

Energy Central is a hub for news and content for electric power industry professionals. The site provides intelligent insights and conversations with global power industry professionals.


Below is a list of ear-worth and eye-worthy news sites that we enjoy checking regularly. If you have a favorite that we missed, please send it to us at Info@energychoicecoalition.org.


EAR-WORTHY PODCASTS


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While SunCast began as the first-ever podcast focused on solar energy for emerging markets back in 2015, it is now a go-to resource for entrepreneurs and sales professionals alike in the renewable energy space. They discuss where the markets are going, and how you can best position yourself to win based on the collective learning of our guests and host Nico Johnson's own insights from over a decade in the Solar industry.


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Looking to understand the fast-changing world of energy? Every week, The Energy Gang debates and discusses the latest trends in energy, cleantech, renewables, and the environment. Listen here.


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Navigant’s podcast series Beyond the Electron: The Energy Cloud provides an in-depth look at the rapid transformation of the global energy system. One-way, linear power flow from centralized generation to end customers is being replaced by a more sustainable, digitized, and dynamic energy ecosystem. Presented in partnership with Utility Dive, the podcast explores the emerging Energy Cloud and its key components of customer-centric platforms.


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Off the Charts Podcast is The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago’s analysis of today’s top trends and policies grounded in the latest evidence


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The Energy Transition Show: Straight talk about the world’s transition from fossil fuels to renewables with energy expert Chris Nelder.


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Direct Current is the official energy policy podcast from the Department of Energy


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The Sustainability Agenda is a podcast by Financial Times writer Fergal Byrne featuring interviews with leading sustainability researchers, with a new guest and question at the center of every episode.


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The Interchange is a weekly podcast on the global energy transformation, hosted by Stephen Lacey and Shayle Kann. Each week, the duo provide deep insights into technology, markets, projects, company financials, mergers and acquisitions, policy changes, and market data.


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The Columbia Energy Exchange podcast features in-depth conversations with the world’s top energy and climate leaders from government, business, academia and civil society. Hosted by Bill Loveless, the program explores today’s most pressing opportunities and challenges across energy sources, financial markets, geopolitics and climate change as well as their implications for both the U.S. and the world.


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Energy 360° examines the energy landscape from the intersection of policy, markets, technologies, and geopolitics. With commentary from leading energy and CSIS experts, they provide context and perspective on the most critical issues shaping energy today. Hosted by the CSIS Energy and National Security Program.


EYE-WORTHY NEWS SITES


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GreenTech Media’s daily newsletter is an excellent source for the latest news about the renewable energy market.


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RTO Insider is the ‘inside room’ at the U.S. regional transmission organizations (RTO’s) and independent system operators (ISO’s), and their daily newsletter “Today at RTO Insider” provides insight to the news that matters most to electric utility companies.


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Energy Central brings together the best thinkers and writers on energy and the climate for analysis, reactions, and other long-form articles. The daily postings on Energy Central come from authors across the spectrum with a wide variety of backgrounds and viewpoints.


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Utility Dive is a great source of deeper dives into news affecting electric providers, with a number of weekly newsletters on different topics offered.


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E&E News is a news organization focusing on energy and the environment. With more than 75 reporters and editors, E&E offers an in-depth look at energy and environment issues in Washington, D.C., and around the nation. Subscription required, but free content can often be found in their Twitter feed.