For companies thinking about purchasing energy in-house, the process of developing, implementing and managing an energy strategy can be daunting.
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
Companies are finding it much more difficult to manage their utilities costs. For a private citizen, this is bad enough, but for companies with large or multiple facilities, their energy costs can run into the millions. Making sense of the vast array of options is headache-producing.
In the newest issue of TGEink, Tana Kantor of The Green Economy sought companies that specialize in helping businesses wade through the morass. “For companies thinking about purchasing energy in-house, the process of developing, implementing and managing an energy strategy can be daunting.”
Companies like World Energy and Schneider-Electric help businesses handle their energy usage. By carefully assessing the energy needs of each client, they are able to recommend the best course of action. World Energy’s specialty is bids through auction. Schneider-Electric is a general energy management company. “There’s a smart way to go about saving money,” says Ms. Kantor, “and sometimes that means bringing in an expert.”
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