Electric Power

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Energy production has experienced rapid developments while driving out costs. To have success in this new environment, it is important to transform and adapt to new conditions and the global shift towards renewables.

As the world begins this transition period, information becomes a vital aspect of this industry. As economies grow, energy usage grows alongside it. However, as the possibility of climate change becomes a reality, new factors must be taken into account.

Market changes, technological development, change in market trends, user expectations, regulations, and more have greatly influenced the energy industry. We have assisted utilities and power-generation corporations in originating development strategies and operational changes.

Some of our indicators include: 

  • Total energy generation and consumption in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Latin America.
  • WTI crude oil futures price
  • Gasoline consumption
  • Over 15 indicators in this sector. 
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