BidURenergy Becomes Energy Incentive Program Ally

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Accepted as a Pennsylvania Trade Ally of Pennsylvania FirstEnergy C&I EE, BidURenergy is proud to promote energy efficiency in the state's commercial and industrial sectors.

Premier energy consulting firm BidURenergy

Premier energy consulting firm BidURenergy

This week, BidURenergy (BUE) was accepted as a Pennsylvania Trade Ally of Pennsylvania FirstEnergy C&I EE, an energy efficiency program developed by SAIC Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure, LLC. The program works to provide incentives for becoming energy efficient.

As a designated Pennsylvania Trade Ally, BidURenergy will be a “foot soldier” of these programs, promoting energy efficiency in the commercial and industrial sectors. BUE will mitigate program participation with its current and future customers in Pennsylvania.

This announcement arrived after BUE looked to advance its consulting efforts in Pennsylvania, and advise clients on more energy savings. BUE currently has more than 1,000 customers in Pennsylvania, but is looking to advise every business in the commercial, industrial, and government sectors of Pennsylvania markets. BUE also announced its goal of reaching 3,000 clients in the Commonwealth by the summer of 2013.

The program supports energy saving goals including the installation of high efficiency lighting, refrigeration, street lighting, and LED traffic signals. Clients electing to participate in this program will save money, reduce their energy consumption, and receive payments for doing so. BUE encourages its clients to participate in the program because it will reduce their organization’s energy costs.

About BidURenergy, Inc. - BUE is an electricity and natural gas consulting firm with thousands of clients across the nation, specializing in energy procurement auction administration and utility bill auditing. The firm’s energy services are available to industrial, commercial, and retail companies. More information is available at

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