Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
TEXZON Utilities, Ltd. (TEXZON) in partnership with the city of Elgin, IL, population 110,000, has contracted to provide electricity to city facilities. The term of the contract is four years. BDA Consulting was instrumental in the completion of this agreement.
"This is a great deal for the City. We have a responsibility to our citizens, and thanks to Texzon's diligent work on our behalf, we are getting a competitive price and budget stability for the next four years," said Sean Stegall, City Manager, City of Elgin, IL.
Texzon is a leading energy management and procurement firm with a proven track record of guiding clients through today's increasingly complex energy landscape.
As an impartial advocate, Texzon specializes in helping customers procure the best combination of price and contract terms to meet their energy needs.
"We are very pleased to have earned the opportunity to provide strategic consulting and energy procurement to the City of Elgin after an extensive interview process," said Steve Wilson, CEO, Texzon Utilities
TEXZON is a national energy management and procurement firm helping companies implement strategies to control and reduce energy costs. In 2002, TEXZON started brokering electricity and gas in the deregulated markets. TEXZON was recognized in “Entrepreneur Magazine” as one of the "Hot 100" Fastest Growing Businesses in America. “Inc. Magazine” also listed TEXZON as a top 20 energy company in "The Inc. 500." TEXZON currently operates in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Illinois. TEXZON is also a developer of green energy storage technology and Combined Heat & Power (CHP) projects in U.S. markets.
About BDA Consulting
BDA Consulting Group has worked with more than 2,000 cities nationwide over the past 12 years with a primary focus placed on introducing municipalities to programs that are free to participate in, benefit taxpayers, and provide an innovative revenue stream (or savings) to city hall. BDA has represented many of the country's largest companies including AT&T, Dish Network, ADT, Constellation Energy, Schneider Electric, and Trane/Ingersoll Rand.