Why Choose The League's Energy Program?

The League chose Constellation as their endorsed energy supplier because of their greater flexibility to help you develop energy management solutions to protect your bottom line. Teaming up with Constellation allows you to take advantage of powerful benefits offered to The League members. So why should you choose The League Energy Program?

Endorsed energy supplier
Selected through a competitive, fully-advertised RFP process in 2010
Here for you
Has served over 250 municipalities and authorities throughout the state
Contract terms flexibility
No penalties for higher or lower usage variances (no bandwidth) for contract length
Assisted local governments
Assisted local governments to navigate the complexities of electric deregulation since 1997
Full support from our team
Free access to experienced MUA energy consultants
Lock in your pricing
Multi-year contracts allow you to lock in competitive prices long-term
Office near you
Fully-staffed local Pennsylvania office
Online energy management tools
Free online energy management tools to track usage and billing
Fixed price contracts
Fixed price contracts help you with long-term budget forecasting by providing price certainty
Energy offers designed for you
Customized energy offers specifically designed for local government entities

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Products and solutions to meet your energy needs.

Understand your facility usage and utility bills.

Analytics platforms such as Pear.ai can help you manage carbon emissions data associated with your utilities, including energy, water, sewer, and diesel. Use it to generate valuable insights, such as baseline energy usage data and how energy efficiency upgrades and other options can reduce emissions.

Make energy efficiency upgrades

Energy efficiency upgrades, such as LED lighting and HVAC upgrades, can help reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. With Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy® (EME) program, you can implement those infrastructure improvements with no upfront capital.

Purchase EFECS and RECS

Emission-Free Energy Certificates (EFECs) represent the emission-free attributes of generating sources that do not emit greenhouse gases, such as solar, wind, nuclear and hydropower. At today’s prices, these are the most cost-effective certificates available. Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) represent the emission-free attributes of one megawatt hour (MWh) of electricity generated only by renewable power plants, such as from wind or solar power.

Explore renewable natural gas

Directly reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from natural gas consumption by matching your gas purchases with environmental attributes of renewable natural gas (RNG), derived from sources including landfills, wastewater treatment plants and commercial & agricultural waste digesters.

Leverage carbon offsets

Indirectly reduce such emissions through the purchase of carbon offsets, which represent a verified reduction in emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gas emissions made elsewhere through forestry, energy efficiency, industrial process improvements and carbon capture & sequestration projects.

Procure offsite renewables

Through Constellation Offsite Renewables solutions, you have the ability to go beyond purchasing certificates and integrate energy from specific renewable energy projects in your region. Purchase renewable energy from existing (CORe) or new-build (CORe+) generation, including solar and wind facilities, into load-following energy supply.

Pursue Hourly Carbon-Free Energy Matching of clean electricity with your load

By matching your electricity use with a local emission-free energy source in real time, you can go beyond other net-zero programs to allow you to eliminate the carbon impact of your operations and fully achieve zero emissions goals.

Monthly Energy Market Intel Webinar

This month's webinar will include:

  • The most up-to-date forecast from Constellation’s meteorology team
  • Notable developments and insights on the economy
  • A check in on the status of natural gas storage, and current supply and demand fundamental
  • An assessment of important changes in the regional power markets and their impact on prices

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Wed. February 21, 2024 2:00 pm

Constellation's Energy Market Intel Webinar - February 2024

Our Energy Market Intel Webinar Series brings you key insights into market trends, buying strategies, and outlooks on power and natural gas pricing trends that can make you a smarter buyer and manager of energy for your company.

Topics: The most up-to-date forecast from Constellation’s meteorology team, Notable developments and insights on the economy, A check in on the status of natural gas storage, and current supply and demand fundamentals, An assessment of important changes in the regional power markets and their impact on prices
Wed. January 17, 2024 2:00 pm

Constellation's Energy Market Intel Webinar - January 2024

Our Energy Market Intel Webinar Series brings you key insights into market trends, buying strategies, and outlooks on power and natural gas pricing trends that can make you a smarter buyer and manager of energy for your company.

Topics: The most up-to-date forecast from Constellation’s meteorology team, Notable developments and insights on the economy, A check in on the status of natural gas storage, and current supply and demand fundamentals, An assessment of important changes in the regional power markets and their impact on prices
Tue. January 9, 2024 2:00 pm

Fortunato & Friends Webcast - January 2024

Chief Economist Ed Fortunato holds a discussion with special guest Mike Smith, chief executive officer of CPower Energy discussing virtual power plants.

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Melissa  Raymond
Melissa Raymond
Associations Relationship Manager Constellation
Melissa  Raymond

Melissa Raymond

Melissa Raymond is an Association Manager and has been with Constellation since 2022. She is a world traveler, having been to 25 countries, including living in Germany for 3 years. She now shares her passion for travel with her family and when she can’t get far away enjoys boating on the Chesapeake. Melissa looks forward to building relationships with her associations, learning about what they do, and assisting them set and achieve their energy goals.

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Matthew Shortall
Sr. Business Development Manager Constellation
Amanda Lane
Amanda Lane
Deputy Executive Director - Membership The League

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How can The League's Energy Program help your business?

The League chose Constellation as their endorsed energy supplier to provide value to members like you. The League members can manage energy costs in new and powerful ways to achieve budget certainty, cost savings, and financial protection with Constellation’s full range of integrated energy solutions. Constellation also provides The League with educational materials and a dedicated focus serving municipalities and local government entities.

Why Choose The League's Energy Program?

  • Selected through a competitive, fully-advertised RFP process in 2010
  • Has served over 250 municipalities and authorities throughout the state
  • No penalties for higher or lower usage variances (no bandwidth) for contract length
  • Assisted local governments to navigate the complexities of electric deregulation since 1997
  • Free access to experienced MUA energy consultants
  • Multi-year contracts allow you to lock in competitive prices long-term
  • Fully-staffed local Pennsylvania office
  • Free online energy management tools to track usage and billing
  • Fixed price contracts help you with long-term budget forecasting by providing price certainty
  • Customized energy offers specifically designed for local government entities

Now’s the Time to Proactively Manage Your Energy Budget

Energy has become one of the top five expenses for many businesses, no matter what their size. Today, more businesses are looking to Constellation to develop energy
strategies to help manage these costs. Whether your business is looking for cost certainty with a fixed price solution; access to real-time market pricing with an index solution; or a more complex risk mitigation strategy, the League Energy Program can offer customized solutions for your business.

Constellation is a leading competitive retail and wholesale supplier of power, natural gas and energy products and services across the continental United States. Constellation’s family of retail businesses serves residential, public sector and business customers, including more than two-thirds of the Fortune 100

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Contact Us Today!

Interested in learning more about the League Energy Program? Visit associations.constellation.com/PML or contact one of our League Energy Program representatives below.

Melissa Raymond
Associations Relationship Manager
Constellation
Melissa.Raymond@constellation.com
443.875.5122
Matthew Shortall
Sr. Business Development Manager
Constellation
matthew.shortall@constellation.com
443.602.5755
Amanda Lane
Deputy Executive Director - Membership
The League
alane@pml.org
717-236-9469 ext. *319