NORMAN, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Power Costs, Inc. (PCI), the leader in power industry software, is proud to announce the launch of its new blog. PCI experts will regularly share insights and provide thought leadership on a variety of topics impacting evolving North American power markets and the professionals who must constantly be on top of the complex issues which drive them. PCI’s blog will focus on the following areas:
- Significant industry news, trends, events and developments
- The evolution and impact of ISO/RTO market policies and rules
- Client success stories and best practice recommendations
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The content in PCI’s blog will be directed by the company’s deep understanding of ISO/RTO market dynamics and the intricate nuances that exist from market to market. PCI’s goal is to have blog readers quickly collect practical, reliable and deployable insights that they can use to better optimize business strategy, workflow processes, operations and systems. Professionals across numerous energy enterprise functions will find great value from PCI’s blog. These include:
- Portfolio Optimization Strategy & Planning
- Energy Marketing, Trading & Scheduling
- Settlements & Energy Accounting
- Generation & Transmission Operations
- Information Technology
About Power Costs, Inc. (PCI)
PCI is the leading provider of bid-to-bill software, superior client support and value-added services for energy companies. For 25-years, PCI has developed and refined software solutions that meet the ever-evolving needs of its clients which include investor-owned, municipal and cooperative utilities, independent power producers as well as energy marketing and trading organizations. More than half of all the power generated in the United States is optimized using PCI software solutions and over 70% of the Fortune 500 Energy and Utility firms in the U.S. are PCI clients. PCI is a privately held company based in Norman, Oklahoma with offices in Houston and Raleigh. To learn more about PCI, please visit www.powercosts.com.