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Within all the deregulated states, just like residential customers, commercial businesses also have their choice of electric and natural gas supply rates. Get Energy Rate is here to assist you in making the right decision for your bottom line. We take the time to compare energy rates for commercial and residential electricity and natural gas options from more than 75+ energy rate suppliers in North America. Whether your goal is to secure price stability or purchase a green energy product, please take the time to explore what Get Energy Rate has to offer to you. We help you lock in your energy rate and contract at a competitive market rate, and seamlessly transition you from one plan (electric or natural gas supplier) to another.
Every customer energy requirement and need is unique. It's time you had an energy broker that treats you like it. From residential homes and apartments, small businesses to large enterprises, and even organizations we design energy solutions that meet your unique needs. We are committed to leveraging our size and strength to deliver energy rate solutions that help make our residential customers and commercial businesses operate more efficiently each day.
THREE ADVANTAGES OF WORKING WITH AN ENERGY BROKER
Electricity and natural gas energy rates can be one of the biggest expenses for commercial businesses and residential homes as prices continue to rise. An energy broker or energy management consultancy can help you pay less and use less.
Not everyone is an expert on energy rates, energy pricing changes or the energy markets. Using a professional energy broker gives you access to market expertise without carrying the overhead in your business.
It’s less time-consuming
Managing energy bills, energy contracts, and energy suppliers can be complicated. An energy broker can do this for you, so you don’t have to worry about making mistakes.
Most commercial businesses and residential energy customers
recognize the advantages of switching energy suppliers
to save money on their energy cost.
The problem is, having the time, resource and expertise to find the best deal is an impossible task. It requires an in-depth knowledge of the energy market, complex pricing structures, and many energy suppliers with differing contract terms.
Doing the energy analysis on your own is possible, but it’s a lot of work. Here are four suggestions to ask yourself to help determine if you are better off managing your energy needs alone or outsourcing.
Do I have the time required to do a thorough job?
Is energy a large part of my cost base, or could I be more useful running my core business?
Do I have the in-depth knowledge to make a cost-effective deal?
If the deal goes wrong, would I know how to get it back on track?
If you are completely satisfied with your current supplier, have a long-term fixed contract, and/or understand how to monitor and analyze the wholesale energy market, you may be okay to continue administering your own energy rates or energy contracts. If not - you should read on.
FIVE BEST WAYS ENERGY BROKERS CAN HELP YOU
1. Energy Brokers can get better pricing
When energy suppliers of power are forced to compete for your business, you save money. When someone is selling a product (whether it's a car, a necklace, or electricity), their offer price is affected by competition. No competition…..the price will be higher.
Brokers FORCE competition. Many energy suppliers will offer a lower price to brokers because they know they are competing for the business. This drives your price, down.
Another reason energy suppliers or power companies give brokers better pricing is because the larger brokers are placing many customers with energy suppliers. When a customer goes directly to a energy supplier, the customer's one contract may come up for renewal only once every year or two. Compare this to energy brokers giving them the opportunity to bid on dozens of customers per month…who do you think is more likely to get a better energy rate or price?
2. Energy Brokers provide in-depth market expertise you may not have
with in your business
Think about the professional areas your business currently outsources. Depending on your size and type of organization, you may employ outside legal counsel, accountants, IT consultants, or marketing agencies. You do this because it’s either difficult to hire this expertise on a full-time basis, or you found you can save costs by outsourcing it. So why treat your energy procurement any differently? Does the in-house person responsible for your energy procurement have the time or experience to review all the different energy products, read through and understand each energy contract’s small print, keep abreast of changing energy markets, perform due diligence on the various suppliers and look for ways to lower energy consumption?
3. Energy Brokers can provide strategic direction
Energy brokers do more than just find the lowest cost on electricity and natural gas. The best ones will take the time to understand the complexity of your operations, future business requirements, and resultant energy demands. They will then formulate an energy procurement and management strategy to meet these needs, including risk management considerations if necessary. Only then will they recommend the best suppliers and energy contracts to suit your objectives. This approach will ensure that your procurement contracts will deliver cost savings for the long-term and not just meet the needs of finding the ‘cheapest’ contract rates on the day your renewal is due. A reputable energy broker uses market knowledge and energy purchasing experience to save you time, money and resources by:
Compiling data to approach the supply market for electricity and natural gas
Searching the market for the most suitable gas and electricity contracts for your business
Guiding you as to the drivers in the wholesale market to choose when to buy power
Negotiating prices and contractual terms on your behalf, clarifying terms and conditions
Giving recommendations to guide your choice of new contract term, supplier, rate structure, etc...
Obtaining credit clearance
Setting up and managing multi-site contracts for electricity and natural gas
4. Energy Brokers can handle the complex task of energy procurement
Over 100 companies supply electricity and natural gas in Texas alone. Nationally there are many hundreds, each with their pros and cons. A few energy suppliers dominate the market, but many smaller energy suppliers can get creative in their energy offerings. Knowing which energy supplier has the right expertise and commercial requirements for your business is a complex task.
Energy suppliers also differ in the energy contracts, or ‘products’ they provide, each offering fixed contracts, flexible contracts, variable rates, block pricing, peak and off-peak, green energy and hybrids of the above. Each electricity and natural gas energy supplier will give slightly different terms and conditions for each contract and these will often contain clauses that can affect the final cost of the energy rates you buy. These will depend on wholesale gas and electricity prices at the time the energy rates are given and reflect different views of the future changes. Energy brokers are dealing with these complexities daily and are therefore able to analyze the energy market and provide detailed feedback on your best options in as much detail as you require.
The final complexity is timing – this is arguably the one element that can make most difference to costs for commercial business energy users. As electricity and natural gas energy rates constantly rise and fall, monitoring the market for dips can make a difference of thousands of dollars. Large energy brokers will have the market intelligence resource and wholesale market monitoring software to enable customers to lock in at advantageous times.
5. Energy Brokers can handle time-consuming management of your energy supplier contracts
Energy brokers will monitor your energy supplier contract and bills to ensure you are being charged the right amount for the energy you use. And if disputes arise, your broker can help resolve the matter on your behalf. In addition, energy brokers stay ahead of the fast-changing world of the deregulated electricity and natural gas market by keeping track of regulatory changes, the latest technological advancements, and new charging structures.
Deregulated States that we service and the links to there Public Utility Commissions for natural gas or electricity: