With the understanding of deregulated energy markets and having an option to buy energy at less expensive times of the day, how can you change your habits to take advantage? This curriculum module on Modifying Energy Buying Habits On The Farm covers opportunities to change buying habits to save money in deregulated markets.
Link to all of the Northeast Farm Energy IQ Curriculum, developed by Extension specialists from Penn State, Rutgers and University of Vermont.
This module includes:
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – Module Overview – instructions for presentations to Ag Service Providers (ASP) and Farmers
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – ASP Presentation.pdf
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – ASP Presentation Outline.pdf
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – ASP Handouts.pdf
Video of ASP presentation – Buying Electricity in a Time Differentiated Market – Gary Musgrave; by Rutgers CPE Media Productions
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – Farmer Presentation.pdf
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – Farmer Presentation Outline.pdf
- Modifying Energy Buying Habits – Farmer Handouts.pdf
- Educational Materials for educators, service providers, and farmers:
Module Author: Gary Musgrave, is an Extension Intern for Penn State Extension Renewable Energy and Conservation Programming, specializes in energy markets, and brings over 30 years of experience in the Electrical Utility Industry.
If you wish to adapt these curriculum materials for your own educational purposes, please contact the Module Author for permission and files: