Nania Announces Becky Thompson as New Strategic Energy Advisor

Warrenville, IL (November 13, 2017) – Nania Energy Advisors is celebrating the growth of one of our A-players! Becky Thompson has been a valued team member of NEA for almost 5 years. After being a part of the Energy Solutions Team, Becky has accepted a position as a Strategic Energy Advisor within our organization.

Nania Energy Advisors Acquires Broker Energy Business From Goby

Warrenville, IL (May 23, 2017)-Nania Energy Advisors, a leader in providing energy procurement and advisement services to commercial and industrial clients throughout the United States, announced they have acquired the broker energy business from Goby, creators of the commercial real estate cloud, the leading data and analytics platform for the commercial real estate industry. The […]


Comparing January 2018 LMP Prices to the Last Polar Vortex

By Michael DeCaluwe January 17, 2018 – Taking a look at this year’s index power prices vs. those we saw in the last polar vortex, most markets are mirroring what we saw then. At that time, prices rose higher as the cold continued. We’ve seen the same initial burst of cold weather this season. If […]

Index Power Price Alert – January 2018

By Michael DeCaluwe January 10, 2018 – For those that have their electricity service priced under an index agreement, you have seen record low costs throughout 2017 due to our unseasonably mild weather over this past year. However, the brutal cold we saw at the end of 2017 sent index prices soaring to some of […]

Nania Energy Advisors Welcomes Michael Janowski as New Creative Marketing Strategist

Warrenville, IL (November 13, 2017) – Nania Energy Advisors is thrilled to announce that Michael Janowski has joined our team as our Creative Marketing Strategist. He brings a unique skill set and enthusiasm to marketing that we can’t wait to incorporate into our business and culture.

Nania Welcomes Andrea Brockman

Nania Energy is excited to announce that Andrea (AJ) Brockman has officially joined our team. We have been anxiously awaiting her arrival since she was hired back in December 2016. AJ will be working along-side our veteran sales representative Calvin Cornish to better serve the community living and real estate sector of the Illinois market.

California Direct Access Lottery

California Direct Access

By Michael DeCaluwe About 1 week ago, California regulators finalized procedures to further open California’s electric grid to consumer choice. California originally opened its electricity market in the 1990s and was on the path to full deregulation. However, the 2001 energy crisis in the state forced them to put a hold on electric choice. Companies […]

5 Common Natural Gas Questions — Answered

5 Most Common Natural Gas Questions

By Mike Eckenroth When you look at natural gas bids, it can be a struggle to accurately compare pricing between suppliers. There’s no standard offering for natural gas pricing. Which can lead to a lot of questions. The 5 most common natural gas questions we’re asked are: What’s the difference between Citygate and Burner Tip? […]

The Secret to Timing Your Energy Purchase

The Secret to Timing Your Energy Purchase

By Sarah Rousseau When it comes to buying energy, decision makers usually go by two rules of thumb: Wait to buy until rates are at their absolute lowest, and Only buy in the “off-months” (winter for power, summer for gas). These strategies may have worked in the past, but they aren’t conducive for today’s evolved […]

Energy and Portfolio Property Management

Energy and Portfolio Property Management

By Calvin Cornish There are a lot of factors that go into managing an association’s energy: Keeping track of when contracts expire Obtaining bids from multiple suppliers Timing your energy purchase correctly to see the most savings Presenting the pricing during more than one board meeting (because they rarely decide on the first day) Now […]

3 Benefits of Energy Deregulation

Benefits of Energy Deregulation

By Mike Eckenroth 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of energy deregulation in the United States. Natural gas suppliers were able to sell natural gas directly to consumers with the Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act of 1989, and power producers could do the same with the Energy Policy Act of 1992. Since the inception of energy […]

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