her expertise will help us continue providing our customers with comprehensive services to reduce and control energy spend.”
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 6, 2011
Utilities Analyses, Inc. (UAI), a leading national energy supply manager with a focus on energy supply-side services and risk management strategies, announces the appointment of Rachel Schafer as the new Director of Client Services. Schafer, who is based in UAI's Phoenix office, will be responsible for business development and client management.
Schafer brings more than 13 years of experience in the commercial and retail energy supply industry, with a focus on deregulated energy procurement, regulated utility rate analysis, and delivery of energy solutions to multi-site locations. She holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University.
“Rachel has a wealth of industry experience in both energy procurement and regulated utility rates and her expertise will help us continue providing our customers with comprehensive services to reduce and control energy spend," said Tommy Greer, Vice President of Business Development, UAI. “The addition of a talented hire such as Rachel is critical to our continuing success in reducing costs and utility budgets for our commercial, industrial, government, and institutional clients in a customized, sophisticated way.”
With the growing demand for utility cost savings by large multi-site national corporations, industrial users and government entities, UAI has been extremely successful in reducing energy spend through commodity energy procurement solutions, objective utility rate tariff analysis and utility bill processing, all of which result in bottom-line cost savings. The company has seen its revenues grow more than 50% over the past 18 months.
About Utilities Analyses, Inc.
Since 1986, UAI's energy supply experts have helped large energy consuming customers reduce their costs. UAI provides energy information and utility bill processing management services that reduce costs and utility budgets for commercial, industrial, government, and institutional clients managing multi-site locations. With unbiased rate and tariff analysis of regulated utilities and energy procurement in deregulated service areas, UAI identifies usage patterns of electric and natural gas spends that can be transformed into bottom-line cost savings. For more information visit http://www.utilitiesanalyses.com.
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