Wolfe Bleach & Dye is one of Pennsylvania’s oldest family-owned businesses. They have been “Leading the pack” in the textile commission dyeing, bleaching and finishing industry since 1902. Although they are an old, established company, their procurement policies are very future-focused: Applied Energy Partners had already secured very attractive electricity and natural gas pricing for Wolfe through 2018 … Read More
There are more than 2,200 energy “Brokers” in the Mid-Atlantic Region, with varying levels of expertise and experience, so how do you identify the good ones? We offer 8 questions to help you decide. Are they licensed – by the Public Utility Commission to operate in your utility area? If not, they are either operating … Read More
Remember, there are only two ways to reduce your energy bill, and only Applied Energy Partners offers the industry’s BEST solution to each of these challenges Use Less Pay Less Use Less: Energy Monitoring SiteWatch is a breakthrough in energy monitoring and management. Tiny, INEXPENSIVE wireless sensors that can be installed for a fraction of … Read More
How often are you able to secure future savings while locking in operating costs for goods and services needed to run your day-to-day operations? You probably would answer “Seldom, if ever.”If you could achieve guaranteed savings and budget certainty through 2020 or beyond, would you do so? Our clients are taking advantage of this historic … Read More
A Modest Beginning In 2013, Morphotek was dealing directly with a supplier, and there were a number of pricing and regulatory issues consuming management’s time. They had been receiving our emails, and they asked us to review their accounts. We knew immediately that we could be of service: for openers, their gas contract was assigned … Read More
If You’re Running a Restaurant, how do you increase your profitability? You can’t cut the cost of food – the quality will suffer You can’t cut personnel easily – the service will suffer You can’t cut the rent
This month’s Success Story demonstrates how The Energy Exchange procurement process saves our clients time and money… Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) has been a client for 5 years, and we have conducted a total of 10 auctions for them including electricity and natural gas.
If you have not locked in your energy supply contracts through 2020, you really need to give us a call. Given that electricity rates are at 4-year lows, we have advised all our clients to buy at least three years in advance. Natural gas is slightly more skittish, but we’re still able to make opportunistic … Read More
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.”…Peter Drucker We think Professor Drucker would LOVE SiteWatch…it is a breakthrough in real-time energy monitoring and control.
As we alerted you in an earlier newsletter, PJM has announced adjustments to the Transmission Tariff, also known as Network Integration Transmission Service or the NITS charge, and these increases will be included in July billing for all electricity supply contracts, whether you are buying directly from a utility or through a supplier.