SOL VISTA Partners with CSD Energy Advisors for Energy Procurement Customer Support

SOL VISTA® announced they have partnered with CSD Energy Advisors, LLC to bolster energy procurement support for SOL VISTA’s Skywalk® subscribers, including diversified supplier bids, thorough opportunity analysis, and consistent post-deal support.

“We’re excited to work with SOL VISTA and believe our core services complement each other well. This is a relationship that should be beneficial for all our customers,” said Andrew Barth, CSD Energy Advisors Partner.

“We have a longstanding relationship with the CSD team and are excited for the value their partnership will add for our Skywalk subscribers. Our customers will have a wider variety of energy supply choices available at lower costs, whether they have one building or a portfolio of properties,” said Shannon Sentman, SOL VISTA CEO & Co-Founder.

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The Ups and Downs of Power Costs

The cost of generating power has declined in recent years, but commercial property owners and managers may not be seeing that reflected in their bills, even with a boost from the tax cuts enacted by Congress late last year. 

Rates have gradually increased over the past 10 months after a decade of decreases, noted Andrew Barth, an energy broker and partner at CSD Energy Advisors in Houston. “But for the first time we are consistently seeing that the prices are moving back up …

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Incite Energy, LLC Sells Assets to Infinity Power Partners, LLC and CSD Energy Advisors, LLC

Incite Energy, LLC a Houston-based retail energy brokerage and management company, has entered into an agreement to transfer energy client assets to Houston-based companies, Infinity Power Partners, LLC and CSD Energy Advisors, LLC. 

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Texas energy prices to spike this summer

According to the Houston Chronicle, Texas energy prices are expected to increase this summer due to the state shutting down three coal-fired power plants. CSD Energy Advisors' JD Schmidt stated that prices could go even higher if the grid experiences issues due to high demand.

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