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Energy Procurement Mistakes You Didn’t Realize You Were Making (& how to avoid them): #2 Missing the Most Competitive Rates

Energy Procurement Mistake No. 2: Missing the Most Competitive Rates We’ve all experienced it: that moment we realize we paid more than we should have. We thought we did our research and negotiated well, but it turned out that someone else got a better deal. If you’ve been getting bids on electricity supply for years, […]

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The Definitive Guide to Hiring An Energy Advisor, Part 5: Independence is Key

This article concludes our “Definitive Guide to Hiring an Energy Advisor” designed to assist you, the purchaser, in finding, evaluating, and engaging an energy advisor. Over the past four editions, we have shared our insights into the important elements to consider if your organization is shopping around for advice. If you missed any of the […]

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Energy Aggregations: Lower Prices, Higher Cost?

Your organization’s electricity contract is set to expire, and you have to make a decision soon.  You’ve been told that you’ll get the best deal if you join a regional energy aggregation that already has a membership made up of around 20 organizations like yours.  You’ve also been assured that the size and membership of […]

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