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Top Strategy for Low Commercial Electricity Rates

You have worked hard to build your business and make it profitable. Along the way, you mastered marketing, cost management, and cash flow.  Electricity may be a significant part of the variable costs of running your business.  Do you have to become an expert in choosing a commercial electricity plan to get a good deal?  […]

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Commercial Electricity Plans – Risky Business

Commercial and residential electricity plans can differ significantly in how they are packaged and presented to prospective customers. Commercial electricity offers typically focus on price, customer service, and access to data and reporting. Residential electricity offers appeal to a broader spectrum of customer interests and include value-added services like smart thermostats, appliance warranties, or heating […]

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Keep Business and Home Electricity Plans Separate

When shopping for low commercial electricity rates, business owners have a wide array of retail electric providers and pricing plans from which to choose.  It is often tempting to for the business owner to consider adding their residence to their commercial electricity agreement.  While this may seem to be a reasonable request, it poses legal […]

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Commercial Electric Rates – Natural Gas Index

Most business customers prefer knowing what their electricity rate is going to be for a given contract term.  Others prefer to have their electricity rate ride with market.  There are several types of market index rates available to commercial and industrial customers.  One well-established electricity index product is based on natural gas prices.  This product […]

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Electricity Contracts and Business Changes

When selecting a retail energy provider for your business, it is tempting to focus on the electricity rate alone.  This is a reasonable approach if your business uses electricity in a consistent manner and a predictable quantity.  However, if your business is expanding or contracting, adding or deleting locations, or anticipates these types of activities, […]

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