Scott
MacDonald

Managing Director

“Every day I ask what should we be doing to better serve our clients. Whether that’s an opportunity to do something extraordinary today or something we need to be providing a year from now, I do my best to ensure we have the plans, people, tools, and passion to deliver it.”

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Scott has more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry. He has an extensive knowledge of energy market strategy, consulting, and energy economics. He has held leadership roles in retail marketing, finance, and strategy with NiSource and in consulting with Arthur D. Little and DRI/McGraw-Hill. Prior to Usource, Scott was the Founder and President of one of the largest home service plan providers in the U.S. utility channel. Scott leads the development and execution of the Usource strategy and operations. He has a MS from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BA in economics from the University of New Hampshire.

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Insights on the 2020 Election and the 2021 Energy Market

2020 has been an atypical year by many measures – a devastating pandemic, severe economic downturn, volatile social strife – which has affected nearly every aspect of our lives, including the U.S. election. Amidst the strife, an Associated Press VoteCast survey shows that the vast majority ... Read Full Post


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3 Considerations for a Successful Corporate Energy Strategy

Your organization can benefit from a streamlined approach to energy procurement, energy efficiency and energy management. Here are 3 tips to help you more effectively manage your corporate energy strategy: 1. Make a Corporate Commitment to Energy From finance, to procurement, to operations ... Read Full Post


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3 Key Benefits, and Costs, of Demand Response Programs

With the volatility of the energy market, and fluctuating transmission, distribution, and capacity charges, future energy costs are uncertain. That's why many organizations are looking at demand response programs to help improve their bottom line. Demand response gives companies the opportunity ... Read Full Post


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Strategic Energy Procurement: 5 Tips for CFOs

For most CFOs, energy procurement is simply not their radar. But energy prices can be extremely volatile. Energy markets and regulations are complex and ever-changing. If you’re a CFO or facilities executive in manufacturing, health, education, property management, or the like, it is a good ... Read Full Post


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