Netflix. Regular, long-term readers know my fascination with Netflix. It was the first company I ever, ever said was going to be the "next big thing" -- that was about ten years ago. I made the claim when I realized that it was the only "content" company that even my 80-year-old dad could master. At the time, Netflix still had the one- or two-day DVD rental delivery. Then they went to streaming. My dad would never use streaming but he know how to use the post office and he knew how to play DVDs, and the rest is history, as they say.
Netflix has since changed immensely, but their customers have changed with them.Now this, from Marketwatch, "here's why Netflix, now trading below $500 will go to $1,000."
In an article today, a spokesman for Panera Bread said he wants his company to be the "Netflix of delivery." That speaks volumes.
“You just turn on Netflix and it’s there. And what’s our version of that? What kind of services or categories would be of interest?" asks Panera's chief brand and concept officer Eduardo Luz.
ISO New England
Link here. Early morning, has already spiked to $80/MWh:
Wind is contributing 0.7% of total energy consumed. Wind accounts for 14% of renewable contribution, and renewable contribution right now is 5%.