Energy costs can account for up to 15% of a grocery store’s operating budget. Because grocery stores typically have low-profit margins (~1%), a $1 increase in energy savings is equivalent to approximately $59 in increased sales.1 That’s compelling enough to warrant any grocery store manager ... Read Full Post
Sr. Energy Advisor
“The energy market can be confusing for customers to not only understand but to manage their costs. My job is to work with customers to reduce usage where we can, manage the cost of power over time while keeping them within their risk tolerance.”
Mike has over 25 years of experience as a leader in business development including 6 years in the energy sector. He has worked with clients across multiple vertical markets including large industrial manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, medical, steel mills, commercial real estate and energy utilities.
As Senior Energy Advisor at Usource, Mike works with mid- to large-sized companies to develop strategies around energy procurement, energy efficiencies, sustainable energy, and energy storage to meet the financial goals and objectives of valued customers.
Mike is a graduate of Bridgewater State University. He is an active member of the community and a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals in his home town of Newton New Hampshire.