You have a choice in how you purchase energy. And the option you choose can significantly impact your bottom line.
In deregulated energy markets—among the most complex commodities markets in the world—you have options for purchasing energy, including going directly to the supplier, using a broker, or partnering with an energy advisor. But what’s the difference?
If you choose a supplier, you must spend significant time and effort researching reputable suppliers, as well as supplier bid preparation, bid pricing, and contract analysis.
An energy broker may not provide the consultation and market insight that ensures your strategy meets your budgetary goals and usage needs.
Energy advisors have the knowledge, market insight, and experience to add value to your organization—while keeping your energy costs under control.