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Retail Energy Markets Advisory Service

Market Evolution Analysis & Insights


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Client base: Confidential and comprehensive
Ninety percent of the top competitive energy retailers subscribe to DNV GL’s Retail Energy Markets advisory services. Clients span the entire value chain including retailers, utilities, wholesalers, investment banks, investors, and other stakeholders.

Service benefits: Best in class 
Stay up-to-date on developments in retail markets, such as mergers and acquisitions, products, federal and state laws and regulations that create new market opportunities or challenges. DNV GL’s REM service delivers insights on retail market share, products and services, as well as forecasts of market activity and opportunities in key markets. 

The Three Pillars of REM  


Retail Energy Markets Advisory Service
DNV GL’s REM team offers companies the most comprehensive insights about developments and strategies to stay involved in the future of competitive power markets. No other organization delivers this timely business intelligence in combination with tracing and interpreting key policy and market developments.


The Energy Executive Forum  
Over the last two decades, DNV GL has developed an industry defining network of more than 500 competitive-based energy companies and other stakeholders. Companies from the complete energy supply chain, including generators, regulated utilities, competitive retailers, regulators, C&I companies, and investors are part of the DNV GL community that benefits from unsurpassed insights and perspectives. 


Retail Energy Consulting Services 
DNV GL works with individual clients to apply its extensive insights to develop new, tailored engagements to meet specific market needs. Our consulting services provide support in creating strategies, studies, reports, and policy recommendations.

Retainer client publication platform:

  • Retail Market Monitor (monthly)
    The most current analysis of retail market developments (e.g., analysis of key policy issues, M&A deals, default service procurements, pricing, products, state profiles, and customer dynamics)delivered in streamlined and easily-digestible formats and expanded in 2016 with deeper insights and hard-hitting data.
  • Retail Landscape (semi-annual)
    Understand the trends in retail market size for residential and non-residential customer classes in all open markets, including REM’s 5-year forecasts in residential and non-residential at both the state and national level.
  • Retail Energy Outlook Dashboard (semi-annual)
    Profile of retail market design and key retail market regulatory, legislative, and pricing developments in each retail choice market.
  • Retail 270° (semi-annual)
    Our C-suite focused perspectives on the key trends driving retail energy industry.
  • Sales strategies (annual)
    Our Channel Partners report enhanced with insights on successful sales strategies from the customer up and the retailer down.
  • Retailer partner yearbook (annual)
    Comprehensive profiles of active key partners, including company information, business models, value proposition to retail, core strategy, sales and marketing strategies, and financing and pricing. 
  • Roundtables (annual) 
    Expanding on the community building and networking led by the Retail Energy Executive Forum, the DNV GL REM Team will host two fall sessions, one in Houston and one in New York, where a full overview and in-person download of what’s happening in the market will be provided.
  • Data sets
    Get data sets that include retailer market share, retailer financial performance, M&A activity, historical and forecasted market size, eligible and switched volumes (MWh), and market entries.