Author Jennifer

Jennifer Kessling is a Manager of Energy Supply and Analytics with Burton Energy Group. Jen graduated in 2009 from Georgia Tech with a degree in Industrial Engineering. She primarily works on the end-user side of the energy industry, working to secure supply contracts in deregulated markets. She also has experience with rate development and analysis, cost of service studies, and load forecasting. In her free time you will find her adventuring across the US and the world with her husband, playing volleyball, or delivering meals to homebound seniors in Atlanta.

Greenland is Ice and Iceland is Green

As most who meet me will quickly find out, my husband and I love to travel. Since our honeymoon in Paris, almost 5 years ago, we’ve been carefully allotting our vacation days to ensure we could make it to the… Continue Reading →

Are You Really Getting The Lowest Rate?

When shopping for a natural gas supplier for your home, it is advisable to review pricing from at least 3 suppliers, if not more.  Keep in mind, you are getting the same product from everyone, so you do not want… Continue Reading →

Residential Gas Buying Options

In Georgia, only natural gas is deregulated for customers behind Atlanta Gas Light Company (AGLC) and Liberty Utilities, giving customer the power to choose their supplier/ marketer.  AGLC/ Liberty are responsible for storing and distributing natural gas while marketers are… Continue Reading →

Celebrating a new addition to the Burton Family!

Kristen Murphy, VP of Energy Supply, is not only the leader of Burton’s procurement team but also a superstar mom! The upcoming arrival of her second child, a baby girl, was celebrated last week by the Burton team.  We surprised her… Continue Reading →

DIY: Reducing your Rate in a Regulated Market

As a young student attending Georgia Tech, I began my career working for the Georgia Public Service Commission as a co-op student.  During my time there I learned about the regulated electric industry and the deregulated natural gas industry.  However,… Continue Reading →

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