Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Texzon Utilities, a national energy management and procurement firm, announces its enhanced suite of services for Churches and Non-Profits, including its Energy Management System (Texzon Metrics), Automated Demand Response (SmartADR), and its SmartXtend Program, a comprehensive Energy Management strategy.
Texzon knows Churches! Since the beginning of deregulation over 12 years ago, Texzon has specialized in Church Electricity. They have worked with hundreds of churches and currently have some of the country's largest churches on their customer list. With several credentialled ministers on their team, Texzon understand the unique challenges churches of all sizes face.
Here's what some of our customers are saying:
"When they told us they could save us $1000 a month on our electricity, it sounded so good we thought it must not be true- but in the year since then we have saved over 17,000." – Herbert L. Coffield, Comptroller, Jersey Baptist Church
“Thanks to Texzon’s hard work on our behalf, we have better rates and budget stability for the next five years.” – Jimmy Lamb, Sr. Dir. of Business Services, SAGU
"The Texzon team secured incredible rates that have saved our churches thousands of dollars. Their team is not just focused on the transaction, but is committed to their customers. They go out of their way to take care of us!"
– Scott Fuller, The Oaks Fellowship
One common misconception that exists concerning purchasing electricity is that while church administrators and facility managers are certified to handle demand side issues, which relate to how the church uses energy once it’s delivered to them, managing the physical energy commodity itself requires a completely different knowledge base. Just as you wouldn’t want to trust cardiac surgery to someone who “used to be in the medical field” but never performed surgery, you wouldn’t want to leave energy procurement in your own hands or anyone else’s who is not fully involved every day in the energy wholesale markets. A church administrator's job is not to be an energy expert, but rather to shepherd the process for your organization – you must rely on seeking expertise to make the process successful.*
Dealing directly with one retail energy provider (REP) can also have its pitfalls. It has been a growing trend to foster “partnerships” with suppliers, and in the energy world this sometimes means sticking with one supplier and trusting that they will always help you secure the best pricing. This one supplier is only able to give you “their view” of the market. In addition, they are only able to deliver one solution – theirs. To ensure you are achieving the best possible procurement (product strategy, price, term, contract, etc.), Texzon's competitive process incorporates responses from several suppliers in the market, not just the incumbent, assuring churches of very competitive rates.
Texzon has a proven track record of guiding church 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, while also addressing the long-term energy management strategy driven by market fundamentals.
Texzon's personalized, church-friendly customer service not only makes the process hassle-free, but also reflects good stewardship of the church's resources.
"We are very pleased to have earned the opportunity to provide strategic consulting and energy procurement to our many church customers." 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.
*"Top five misconceptions about the procurement of energy commodities"
Bob Wooten, americancityandcounty.com