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Basics for Contracting Competitive Energy Purchases

Contracting for competitive energy can significantly lower energy costs and minimize price risk when compared with accepting the local utility's business-as-usual delivery of energy supplies. Any facility that spends a half million dollars or more on energy can realize sufficient savings to easily justify investing time to this effort.

Press August 7, 2000

Any facility that spends a half million dollars or more on energy can realize sufficient savings to easily justify investing time to this effort. End user concerns of supplier reliability, financial stability, development of a purchase strategy, contracting methods, supply backup options, and supply fluctuations are similar in both gas and electric markets. If your firm has not taken advantage of this opportunity to reduce utility costs, then it is time to implement a purchasing strategy.

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Basics for Contracting Competitive Energy Purchases (Sustainable Facility)