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It’s not new news: there’s a big macro shift in how energy is generated and how we receive it
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Historically, electrons have been generated in a hub and spoke model -- from far-flung single points and distributed to customers.
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Today, the adoption of new energy technologies is happening at an incredibly fast rate and changing how customers power their lives
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Yet, people will always want to consume the electrons they need, to live the way they are used to. One of the key roles of tomorrow’s utility is knowing how to manage the power flows into and out of people’s power meter.
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MP2 is doing this today.
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And what we’ve learned is that to manage a customer’s power flows AND be able to provide the best rate for them, we needed to be experts in everything related to how that electron is generated and used.
Commercial rooftop solar
Residential rooftop solar
Demand Response programs with thermostats and battery storage
Electric Vehicles (EVs) & other transportation
And here’s the thing about a modern electricity provider: You can’t “do” just one of these. They are all intertwined and all work together. And you can’t just pick this stuff up.
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You have to be a retailer, you have to be a wholesale market participant.
You have to know each of them inside and out. You have to be able to calculate and show how they work together.
And, the economics of each of these things change constantly.
All of this stuff lays onto the current MP2 platform. It’s the platform and the approach of being able to touch all of these aspects. It’s complex “stuff.”
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MP2 is doing that stuff. And we’ve simplified it.
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As one of the largest retail energy suppliers and the largest demand response provider in Texas and manager of wholesale generation assets, a 24/7 scheduling desk, and a complex C&I retail billing platform, we're able to take all these pieces and scale them instantly downstream to a residential consumer's meter, where inflows and outflows are no different than that of managing a complex industrial facility.
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At the end of the day, the customer is going to get smarter plans, a lower rate, enhanced reliability, and greater de-carbonization/greenification of their power usage.
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At MP2, we’ve had one focus since we started: first-class customer service.
And if you break that down, it means that we’ve needed to be at the forefront of the changes in the energy landscape.
Today, it is MP2’s vision to be the best renewable power company on the planet
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We are leveraging Shell’s balance sheet and commitment to new energy including Shell’s pledge to invest in electrification investments including EVs, renewables, & battery storage.
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The expertise, the commitment to customer service and the leverage -- that’s what continues to build the MP2 Energy of tomorrow.