Titan Energy, a leading energy advisor to commercial and industrial firms, has negotiated an arrangement
whereby its customers can buy or lease state-of-the-art charging stations that have been customized with a
branded UV protected and weatherproof wrap.
Three Northeastern states set ambitious environmental goals to achieve 100 percent clean energy in the next few decades.
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According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), summer’s natural gas spot prices are on track to be the lowest recorded since 1998.
Customers in deregulated electricity markets are embracing the competitive opportunity and choosing to go with third party suppliers, according to two recent whitepapers published on behalf of the Retail Energy Supply Administration (RESA).
In April 2019, U.S. electricity generation from renewables exceeded coal for the first time. The growth comes from seasonal factors as well as record-setting wind generation and near-record solar generation.
Titan Energy New England, Inc. (“Titan Energy”), a leading full-service energy consulting company and the Town of Scotland, Conn., have partnered with Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC to design, build and maintain a rooftop solar array on the Scotland Elementary School. The solar array will enable the town of Scotland to lower its annual electric costs by approximately $35,000 per year with reliable, clean energy.
The South Windsor, Conn. school board is working with TitanGen, a division of Rocky Hill-based Titan Energy New England, to apply for Zero Emission Renewal Energy Credits (ZREC), a state and Eversource-sponsored subsidy, to install solar panels and arrays at local schools.
According to a white paper released by the Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) last month, electricity consumers in competitive retail markets saved more than $300B in the last decade.
Bridget Kearney, daughter of Titan Energy’s late founder John Kearney, is running in her 2nd Boston Marathon! John was an avid marathon runner before he lost his hard fought battle with Lung Cancer in October, 2012.
Titan Energy New England Inc., a leading brokerage company servicing commercial, industrial, non-profit and municipal markets, today announced that it has won a multi-year energy procurement services contract with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM). This contract was competitively sourced, and Titan was selected based on its experience, expertise and its strong reputation.
With the first official day of winter less than a month away, our minds are already turning to winter preparation. Over the last few years, the U.S. has seen particularly volatile winters, which resulted in heavy strains on power supply and dramatic price spikes for energy.
Though the holiday season is only just beginning, we are taking a moment to reflect on the year that we've had. With an expanding team and the addition of so many amazing projects, 2018 was among the most impactful years in our company's history and we have you to thank.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), coal will be replaced by natural gas as the world’s second largest energy source within the next 12 years. The estimates are based on the IEA’s "New Policies Scenario" that takes into account legislation and policies to reduce emissions and fight climate change.
Connecticut, whose average monthly cost for all utilities is $496.07, has the fourth highest monthly utility bills in the U.S. The national average is $422.08. The state's biggest bill each month is electricity with an average cost of $187.29 compared with the national average of $125.22.
Data from the 2018 BP Statistical Review of World Energy show that last year the U.S. maintained a healthy lead as the global natural gas powerhouse.