I am often asked what sets CES apart from other energy sales companies. This is a very easy question for me to answer. It’s a one-word-answer. However, you most likely will not believe me if I tell you what that word is. So I’m going to give you a bit of CES history before I […]
A very simple way to reduce energy costs in the middle of winter is to lower the thermostat. It’s a fact that for every degree you lower the thermostat during the winter, you’ll save between 1 and 3% off your heating bill.
But first we need to dispel one idea that is common in the heating […]
At CES we monitor what natural gas is doing in the current market because natural gas and electricity’s prices closely parallel each other. Did you know most natural gas consumed in the U.S. comes from domestic production? We do import a bit of natural gas by pipeline from Canada but because of our own growth […]
Here it is the beginning of November and CES just had its BEST week of the year in sales! You can feel the buzz in the air just walking through the company and I want to really acknowledge this extremely productive team!
How has CES put together such a great, stable team? It’s our training. In […]
Price per Barrel of Oil in 2016
Crude oil prices have been hovering recently at the $50 a barrel level. This is a kind of make-break point economically. It’s not a steep enough rise to cripple very fuel-reliant industries like airlines and railroads and it is also a low enough price to boost economic growth in […]
I was talking with one of our CES sales reps the other day and he told me a story about a customer he had helped recently. The conversation sticks with me because I noticed as he told me what he did, that sales rep was truly proud of how he had helped this customer.
I have to […]
This article may seem like a bit of a repeat of sorts as this is a drum we need to keep beating because not everyone is hearing it yet.
I do quite a little bit of reading about the LED Lighting industry, trying to keep up with the trends, outlooks, research and such. I cannot tell […]
“Energy policy needs to ensure all Americans have affordable and reliable electricity to meet everyday challenges and to help build a strong foundation of economic success. Regardless of where you stand politically, this plan fails to meet that threshold.”
Mike Duncan, President of the American Colaitiuon for Clean Coal Electricity.
The Clean Power Plan (CPP) was announced […]
There are many factors that have an influence on the demand for energy. A big one is the weather. Colder weather increases residential and commercial heating demand.
The Farmers’ Almanac is telling us that during the winter of 2016 we’re going to see unseasonably mild temperatures with occasional shots of bitter cold in much of the […]