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4 Reasons You Should Consider an Energy Broker vs. an Energy Provider

Will McGinnis Aug 8, 2018 12:00:00 PM
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There are two main options companies have when purchasing energy, go directly to the provider or work with an energy broker. What are the differences between the two and what works best for your business? A provider is the energy company - the entity selling and delivering the energy you use. An energy broker is a person who works with both energy providers and consumers to negotiate deals and supply data. Do you need an energy broker to help your company understand and put energy plans and rates in place? Most likely the answer to that question is yes. Here is a closer look at the differences between what an energy provider does and what an energy consultant does.

The Difference between a Provider and an Energy Broker

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How to Use the Energy Markets to Save and Earn Cash

Tyler Bailey Nov 15, 2016 7:39:00 AM
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If you're planning your company's budget for next year, know that getting smart about your energy use can save AND earn you money. 

 

Unraveling your energy choices may seem like a daunting task, but it's well worth the effort. Learning to navigate the marketplace can help you seize new opportunities to save cash and generate revenue.

Not sure where to begin? Check out the energy strategies we've shared below to start boosting your 2017 budget. 

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Incite Energy Helps Mazzarino Construction & Development Keep Costs Down in Houston's Housing Market

Incite Energy Sep 14, 2016 8:03:00 AM
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In a business where timing is everything, many builders are holding back to avoid risk. Sales for residential homes are down by 8.6% from July 2015 according to the July 2016 report by Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). Despite this figure, Houston has one of the most robust economies in the nation and brave builders continue to push forward.

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It's Okay To Do Something Different With Your Budget.

JB Sowyrda Feb 23, 2016 3:07:09 PM
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Are you ready to hit the "reset" button on your energy budget?

It's no surprise that after a holiday period of feasting and indulging, many Americans wake up on January 1st with the resolve to "cut the fat" and "do better" this year than they did last year.  The same goals can be applied to how you manage your company's energy spend.

 I meet with businesses and governmental entities on a daily basis and I keep hearing the same story over and over.  Tell me if you've heard one of these or if this is the story of your situation: "I know I'm paying too much, but I don't have the time to shop around."  "I don't like change." "Finance just cut my budget... again."  "Something has to change, but I don't even know where to start."

Let's just go ahead and press the reset button now.

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