Maryland Electricity Deregulation

On July 1, 2006, all Maryland Standard Offer Service (SOS) electricity supply rates, (the tariff rates offered by all investor-owner utilities in Maryland), dramatically increased. PEPCO, Delmarva, Allegheny and Baltimore Gas and Electric, (BG&E), standard offer electricity supply rates have increased for commercial customers, depending on rate class, by as much as 45%. Fortunately for Maryland businesses, Good Energy has several ways to avoid the SOS electricity supply rate increases. To identify these money-saving opportunities simply download our Maryland letter of authorization and follow the included directions.

Call us today at (866) 955-2677 for a free consultation.

A Good Time to Lock in Fixed Energy Pricing

The twelve month NYMEX Natural Gas strip is currently trading at $8.128 per MMBtu, down sharply from the December 2005 high of $12.485.

We think this represents a good opportunity to lock in a fixed natural gas or electricity supply contract.

In the event your business is served with energy pursuant to an index product, (for example an MCPE product in Texas, or the default ConEd product in New York City, please contact Good Energy at (866) 955-2677 for a no-obligation energy supply analysis, (natural gas, electricity and fuel oil). Interested businesses can also fill out this online energy analysis request form.

High Efficiency Lighting System

During and immediately after the 2006 BOMA Convention in Dallas, we received countless inquiries about our high efficiency lighting system demonstration. Accordingly, by popular demand, we have decided to shed some light on how we did it:

We asked many of our visitors to tell us if there was any noticeable difference in the quality or quantity of light coming from two fluorescent light fixtures hanging in our booth. Both fixtures had an electronic ballast and two cool white fluorescent four foot T8 light bulbs.

Read more ...

Good Energy’s Booth at the 2006 BOMA Convention in Dallas

"Thank You!" to all of our customers, vendors and friends, new and old, that came to visit us at the 2006 Building Owners and Managers (BOMA) trade show in Dallas. The show was a huge success, judging by the excellent levels of activity at our booth.

Read more ...

Federal Energy Tax Credits for Commercial Properties

Good Energy is pleased to announce its program for achieving maximum benefit from certain provisions of the Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005.

In short, there are new immediately-available tax deductions for commercial buildings.

Generally, any large scale facility improvement must be accounted for as a capital improvement. Pursuant to GAAP, capital improvements must be depreciated over a long period of time. The annual depreciation can be booked against income, reducing the amount of income tax a business must pay. If the business is an LLC or other pass-through entity, then the tax liability, (or reduction thereof), gets passed through to the membership interest owners of the LLC. The federal tax deductions allowed under the Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 make it possible to apply the tax benefits of expensing an energy efficiency upgrade in the year the upgrade is completed, rather than over a long period of time. Following are some key considerations:

Read more ...

Summer 2006 Good Energy Texas Radio Spots

Good Energy is pleased to announce it has commenced a radio advertising campaign in Texas, leading up to the Building Owners and Managers Association trade show in Dallas this month.

Good Energy Goes Green

Good Energy today announced it has entered into brokerage agreements with providers of renewable energy credits. As a broker of renewable energy credits, (also known as green tags), Good Energy can help businesses throughout the United States and Canada "Green Up" by offsetting the carbon dioxide and other polluting characteristics of the grid power actually consumed. The environmental benefit of such a transaction can be very well received by shareholders and customers of any business. As more businesses opt for green power, the percentage of less environmentally-sound generators serving the power grid may shrink at even rate.

Read more ...

Good Energy Radio Spots

Good Energy is pleased to announce it will air a series of radio advertisements in the New York City and Westchester County, NY markets.

The ads blend compelling calls to action with humor and a clear message of Good Energy's value proposition to businesses that buy electricity, natural gas or fuel oil.

Read more ...

About Good Energy
Good Energy launched a business to bring a simple concept to the marketplace... savings via lower electricity costs and superior efficiency lighting solutions. A smarter way to buy power and to use power. With ever changing technologies and product offerings Good Energy has provided new efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the residential and commercial segment.

Read more