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Titan Energy Website Launch

Titan Energy is happy to announce our new website.  Over the past few months, our marketing team ran with the opportunity to be creative and invest in our corporate communications. We filmed video content, collaborated on writing industry guides, and hosted numerous Zoom conference calls. Our main goal when redesigning our website was to ensure…

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Guide: Common Utility Bill Errors

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN Learn from our customer support team what the most common utility errors are. By avoiding these errors, you can save yourself time and money. WE WANT TO HELP YOUGet in touch to speak to an expertFill out the form to download the guide Your Name(Required) Organization Name(Required) Email Address(Required) Phone NumberYour MessageSign…

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CT Governor Considers Major Changes To State’s Regional Power Grid, Natural Gas

The Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said earlier this month that officials are evaluating whether the state should leave the regional power grid, among other major shifts they are considering. According to The Hartford Courant, Commissioner Katie Dykes said this was influenced, in part, by a “lack of leadership” at ISO-New…

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Quick Guide: Renewable Energy Credits

What You’ll LearnIn many states, you can receive ongoing payments for trading and monetizing the renewable energy certificates your renewable project generates. Find out more by downloading our quick one-page guide.What Are Renewable Energy Credits?A REC represents the generation of one megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity from an eligible source of renewable energy. Each REC denotes…

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CT, NY, ME Adopt 100% Clean Energy Targets

Earlier this month, Connecticut governor, Ned Lamont, signed an executive order that would put the state on a path to achieving a zero carbon energy grid by 2040. In the order, Lamont calls on the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) to evaluate alternative energy solutions so that Connecticut, which has some of the…