While most energy providers start by looking at how much energy an organization needs to buy, we believe that smart energy optimization begins with understanding how a company uses energy. Whether the goal is to reduce costs or carbon, or both, knowing how you use energy today allows us to identify the solutions that will achieve energy optimization and business goals.

We believe that enterprise energy optimization is the way of the future for large organizations seeking to manage energy costs and risk while achieving sustainability goals. Energy management is now far more than simply prucureing the electric commodity. When an orgnanization manages energy from a strategic lense, financial and environmental goals can be achieved, risk reduced and resiliency secured.

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We design energy strategies that put our customers on the path to progress by leveraging our unique combination of financial strength and stability, operational excellence, experience in transacting, culture of innovation, and breadth and depth of energy services offered.

Our solutions are as unique as your business. The process we engage in with you will result in a solutions-based, data-driven strategy with a keen focus on goal achievement.


Find out what’s possible.

With an energy optimization strategy in hand your organization can increase performance and ROI.


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Power Purchasing

Today’s commercial energy and sustainability strategies must include deeper insight. Our high-powered analytics tool can reveal cost-effective energy solutions for your organization.

 

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Renewables & Reliability

Because HVAC is one of the largest potential sources of money wasted, we work with you to develop a strategy that can provide the highest return on investment.

 

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Success Stories

We design turn-key solutions to replace current lighting systems with energy efficient lamps that can reduce electricity for lighting consumption by 50% indoors and 70% outdoors.