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from Energy Guidance Group

April 25, 2023

Energy Guidance Group Joins The Energy Professionals Association

Energy Guidance Group, LLC is pleased to announce joining The Energy Professionals Association. The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) is a not-for-profit organization of professionals dedicated to advancing competitive energy markets across the country. TEPA is a membership-based association that provides professional development, advocacy, certification program, and access to a network of respected industry leaders.

Among it’s group of services, EGG offers unparalleled energy procurement services across the US and Canada. EGG also offers broker support and software advisory servies to the ABC (aggregator/broker/consulting) community.

December 17, 2018

Energy Guidance Group Teams with Revenue Source Group

Energy Guidance Group, LLC and Revenue Source Group, Inc., agree to team up. EGG will provide retail electricity and natural gas procurement services to RSG’s clients. Mark Burlingame will act as EGG’s primary advisor. Burlingame’s 30 plus years of energy and utility industry experience includes over 25 years in competitive energy markets in multiple US states, Canada, and the UK. 

For over 30 years, RSG has provided utility audit services improving client bottom lines through refunds of past overpayments and generating future savings for years to come. RSG reduces operational costs of water/sewer, gas, electricity, telecommunications, waste/recycling and property taxes. 


June 1, 2018

Mark Burlingame Quoted in S&P Global Market Intelligence: "Texas electricity retailer defaults, prompting switch of 9,800 customers"

When asked to comment on a Texas REP’s default, Burlingame said, “‘It will not be a serious problem, since most well-established REPs are well hedged,’ Burlingame said in an email May 31, referring to retail electricity providers. ‘The risk of price spikes due to ERCOT’s lower-than-usual reserve margin should not be a surprise to any market participants. I’d be surprised if we see more than three or four more defaults.'” – (read more)

October 16, 2015

Mark Burlingame quoted in Platts: "Final CPP Impact On ERCOT Reliability, Power Prices Less Than Initial Version: Report"

Asked about the latest report’s projections for price increases, Mark Burlingame, managing director of Dallas-based Energy Guidance Group, said the ERCOT forecast is ‘somewhat conservative. As an example of additional costs, ERCOT analysis indicates it is possible that 329 miles of new transmission lines will need to be constructed to support these new resources,’ Burlingame said. ‘In addition, 11 transformers will be needed. Excluding the transformers, total costs for these system upgrades could cost an additional $615 million.'” – (read more)

September 15, 2015

Mark Burlingame to speak at Mobile Utility Summit, September 23, 2015

Mark Burlingame will speak at the Energy Central Mobile Utility Summit on September 23, 2015. Burlingame presnet on Custoemr facing apps for smart phones and tablets. He has tracked the development of this technology for three years and presented previous findings at CS Week. – (read more)

September 5, 2015

Mark Burlingame Passes Project Management Professional Exam

Mark Burlingame passed the Project Management Professional Examination (PMP).

About the PMP

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. You can find PMPs leading projects in nearly every country and, unlike other certifications that focus on a particular geography or domain, the PMP® is truly global. As a PMP, you can work in virtually any industry, with any methodology and in any location.

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