Renewable offerings - whether in the form of Renewable Natural Gas (RNG), Renewable Energy Credits (RECs), Carbon Offsets, or Customized Combined Products for a Greener Energy Portfolio - continue to be an exciting topic of discussion within our organization and among our customers.
After a long winter, spring is finally upon us. Spring is an opportunity for new beginnings—and even energy savings for your commercial business. If spring cleaning your energy plans isn’t on your radar, add it to your to-do list. Whether you’re an industrial or manufacturing facility owner, oversee an educational or government institution, or manage a restaurant, you need to take advantage of every tip and trick available to keep your energy bills down and protect your bottom line. Check out these tips on spring cleaning for energy efficiency.
Celebrations are in order! March 17th marks the anniversary of the creation of UGI Energy Services in 1995. If you are doing the math, that means we are celebrating 28 years in the Energy Marketing & Midstream business!
It is International Women’s Day!
While marketing and supplying natural gas, liquid fuels, and electricity to customer locations across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern US is a huge part of our business, that is not all we do! UGIES Midstream Services' is busy behind the scenes making serving our customers and end users possible. At UGIES, our Midstream Services group connects producers, distributors, and marketers with the assets and services they need. You may be surprised to learn how much infrastructure we have backing our business - stay tuned to learn more!
It is Engineer’s week! Every year, February 19-25th, engineers all over the world are celebrated. This special week is devoted to celebrating how engineers make a difference in our world, adding a voice to the conversation about the need for engineers, technicians and technologists, and engaging students in the world of engineering.
“Founded by NSPE in 1951, Engineer’s Week (EWeek) is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. Today, this is a formal coalition of more than 70 engineering, education, and cultural societies, and more than 50 corporations and government agencies. Dedicated to raising public awareness of engineers' positive contributions to quality of life, EWeek promotes recognition among parents, teachers, and students of the importance of a technical education and a high level of math, science, and technology literacy, and motivates youth, to pursue engineering careers in order to provide a diverse and vigorous engineering workforce. Each year, EWeek reaches thousands of schools, businesses, and community groups across the U.S.” (https://www.nspe.org/resources/partners-and-state-societies/engineers-week)
As a business owner, you have a lot of responsibilities. Whether you run a large warehouse or a small mom-and-pop shop, your bottom line is always important. Financial stability is a key part of any successful business; part of that is knowing how to control your budget.
UGI Energy Services, Vice President of Governmental Affairs, Pam Witmer, was awarded a spot in Pennsylvania's Fifty over 50 in October 2022 and was recently recognized on the list of the 2023 Pennsylvania Government Relations Power 100. These awards, presented by City & State PA, celebrate a group of the most distinguished public servants in Pennsylvania.
There’s no more telling sign of winter then the first big snowstorm. When the icy air makes its way to our region and the weather reports are buzzing, it’s important to take some steps to prepare your home and/or business ahead of time.
It’s officially winter! If you’re from the northeast U.S., snowstorms are likely headed your way. Though they can be magical and exciting, storms and other bad weather can lead to power and other outages. Outages can quickly become dangerous, sometimes lasting days or longer.
Outages can affect entire communities. They can disrupt communication, water availability, and transportation; close businesses like grocery stores, gas stations, banks, and more; cause food and water contamination; and prevent the use of medical devices or medicine refrigeration.
As a business owner, being prepared and knowing what to do before, during, and after a power outage can help keep your staff and customers safe.