BidURenergy Announces Educational Webinar Series

April 30, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
BUFFALO, NY - At 8:00 AM today, BidURenergy, Inc. (BUE) announced it would be holding a series of educational webinars free to the public. The webinars, targeted at large business owners and executives, will provide detailed information on many energy related hot buttons, current events, and regulatory changes. The series features seasoned energy expert Thomas Johnson presenting a broad range of topics ranging from North America's energy outlook to the price of "capacity" in Consolidated Edison (a NY utility).

After a short, yet successful two-webinar pilot, the main series will kick off May 17th and will continue indefinitely. The webinars are scheduled every Thursday at 11:00 AM (EST):

  • May 17th "NJ 2012 BGS Auction and the Impact on Utility Rates"
  • May 24th "Duke Moves to PJM - How will this affect your business?"
  • May 31st "PJM Capacity Prices"
  • June 7th "Summary of the EPA's 2012 Energy Outlook"
  • June 14th "The State of Solar Energy in NJ"
  • June 21st - "Marcellus Shale - To Frack or not to Frack?"

  • BUE's webpage designer, Christopher Kuebler, excitedly remarked, "We recently uploaded the two pilot webinar recordings in the 'on-demand' section of www.bidurenergy.com/webinars, which is right next to the registration form. If people happen to miss the original event, they will be able to participate at their leisure. It's really quite convenient." The webinars are designed to educate and engage consumers in an industry plagued with misinformation, fast moving trends, and game-changing nuances. Interested parties are welcomed to propose webinar topics by emailing Mark Bookhagen at markb@bidurenergy.com.

    About BidURenergy, Inc. - BUE is an electricity and natural gas consulting firm with thousands of clients across the nation, specializing in energy procurement auction administration. The firm's services are available to industrial, commercial, and retail companies in every deregulated territory.