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  • Aug 28, 2015 | Guest Writer

    With all the variables in play, it becomes imperative to devise a better way to manage pricing structures. One solution to this problem would be to strike a balance between customization and the price that a utility supplier must be able to protect itself against.

  • Aug 27, 2015 | Kathleen Wolf Davis

    “Personally, I’ve almost stopped using my home computer,” admitted Jane Park, director of business strategy and technology with Commonwealth Edison (ComEd), an Exelon company. “I’m smartphone, iPad- or tablet-driven.” And she’s not alone.

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