Boston Energy Group is a privately funded investment company specializing in wholesale electricity markets. We primarily invest in highly liquid financial and physical electricity short-term futures within the North American power markets. Established in 2016 under the close guidance of renowned industry veterans, we have made an abiding commitment to empower the ambitious to achieving greatness. Our group fosters a progressive work environment of disciplined professionals who are passionate about mastering the art of energy trading. We operate with a leveled organizational structure and offer a self-driven compensation model that inspires continuous high-performance. At our very core, we are an autonomous collective of forward-thinking individuals making great strides toward a brighter tomorrow.

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  • MISO Seeks Market Changes After Meek Summer
    The MISO footprint didn’t come close to its forecasted summertime peak, but ways to improve resource adequacy were still on ...
    RTO InsiderSunday, September 22nd 2019
    16 hours ago
  • Affected-system Rules Unclear, FERC Rules
    FERC told MISO, PJM and SPP that their joint operating agreements don’t provide enough clarity on how the RTOs’ handle ...
    RTO InsiderSunday, September 22nd 2019
    16 hours ago
  • FERC Order Briefs: Sept. 19, 2019
    A roundup of FERC's orders issued at the commission's open meeting Sept. 19, 2019. | PJM The post FERC Order ...
    RTO InsiderSunday, September 22nd 2019
    16 hours ago
  • Judge to Hear PG&E Takeover Plan
    The judge overseeing PG&E Corp.’s bankruptcy case will consider two warring reorganization plans: one from the company and one filed ...
    RTO InsiderSunday, September 22nd 2019
    16 hours ago
  • FERC: NH Bill Encroaches on Fed. Powers
    A New Hampshire law that requires the state’s utilities to purchase power from biomass and waste generators encroaches on federal ...
    RTO InsiderSunday, September 22nd 2019
    16 hours ago
  • Amazon buys 100K electric vans as part of net zero carbon goals
    The e-commerce company revealed its total carbon footprint was 44.4 million metric tons in 2018, and it wants to achieve ...
    Utility DriveFriday, September 20th 2019
    3 days ago