BidURenergy Analyzes Energy Market Trends, Asks Businesses to Be Cautious

Energy consulting firm BidURenergy considers their client in the increasingly volatile market for energy, inviting more businesses to have their energy costs managed this year.

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Premier energy consulting firm BidURenergy

Premier energy consulting firm BidURenergy

“BUE invites new businesses to become clients of the firm, get a personal energy consultant, and start using these strategies to manage their firm’s energy costs,” asserts Matthew Faulkner, Business Analyst at BidURenergy.

Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

This week BidURenergy, Inc. (BUE), an energy consulting firm with thousands of clients across the nation, disclosed a new analysis to help foster energy consumer strength in the fragile U.S. economy. The details of the new business analysis, which were released by the firm on Monday, specify market trends that may have commercial and industrial energy customers budgeting too much, while offering strategies for effectively managing their energy costs. The details of the market trend analysis are enumerated below.

1.    Requests by government entities and utilities for facility retirement, construction, and enhancement makes way for unnecessary costs to be relayed to customers. This is a critical time for utility customers to participate in the wholesale energy market and take control of their energy budgets. By procuring energy directly from a chosen supplier, and getting away from default service, energy customers can save up to 25% on the supply portion of their energy bills.

2.    Natural gas prices are coming-off 10-year lows, but energy customers may still be able to save today before prices begin to soar. If energy customers don’t wait too long to switch from utility default service, customers may choose an energy supplier that sells natural gas at a lower cost or uses low-costing natural gas to generate electricity. Energy customers may find energy-cost savings by procuring their energy in the retail market with a fixed-rate contract or a block and index plan before the price of natural gas begins to rise again.

3.    Utility bills are very complex. They include dozens of cost components that are grouped together within energy bills. This and other itemizing on a customer’s utility bills may lead to money overpaid in error. Most financial controllers don’t have the time to look over their bills for mistakes, and these overlooked mistakes can add up in years of billing history. Utility customers in many situations can benefit from having their bills audited by a specialist.

4.    State and local government appropriation has made procurement from renewable generation facilities more affordable than ever, and this can easily give businesses some environmental-credibility while costing less than it had years ago. Energy customers, in many deregulated energy markets, have retail choice in electricity supplier and the authority to choose a supplier that uses renewable sources to generate electricity.

BUE releases this market trend analysis to make utility customers aware of simple strategies to effectively manage their energy costs. The firm also announces that it is inviting new, qualifying clients who wish to take advantage of its consulting services. The firm explains that there is plenty of opportunity for new clients to save a great deal on energy costs.

“We are seeing plenty of opportunities for customers to form energy management plans, while effectively managing their firm’s energy costs – customers just need to be aware of these strategies in the current energy market in order to save money. BUE invites new businesses to become clients of the firm, get a personal energy consultant, and start using these strategies to manage their firm’s energy costs,” asserts Matthew Faulkner, Business Analyst at BidURenergy.

Faulkner adds that prospective clients can start working with an energy consultant right away by calling BUE’s toll-free Energy Management Hotline at 877-669-8243. Consultants are standing by to answer questions about a client’s energy management.

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 this link.


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