UEC can implement our “Energy Lock” program for you, which is a custom buying strategy that locks in energy rates for long-term savings and stability. This can save up to thousands of dollars on what you pay for energy. We do this by using wholesale suppliers who offer the same services at substantially lower rates. As experienced Energy Consultants we have worked with businesses from all industries to help them reduce their energy costs.
In today’s competitive marketplace, the total cost of providing energy for several businesses at once can be a major factor in the high cost of operation. When energy costs consume too much of the operating budget it can lead to a business being forced to shut down. With United Energy Consultants, one of the top United States Energy Consultant, you can prevent this from happening to your businesses.
If you are a business owner, it is vital that you find ways to use energy more efficiently, as well as save money on the cost of energy. United Energy Consultants consists of a professional team of Energy Management Consultants NY who can advise you on the most efficient ways to utilize energy, which will save you money in the process. We have been involved in providing deregulated energy as well as risk assessment since 1994. With our experience and analysis we can certainly show you how this will benefit your bottom-line. In using energy more efficiently and reducing the cost accordingly, those assets can be better spent on growing your business. Give us a call TODAY to schedule your consultation!
Good Afternoon, THIS IS A COURTESY NOTIFICATION TO ALERT YOU TO UPCOMING POTENTIAL PEAK ENERGY DAYS. YOUR ACTIONS DURING A PEAK EVENT MAY HELP YOU REDUCE YOUR CAPACITY OBLIGATION IN FUTURE YEARS. ALERT: High likelihood for a peak day in ISO-NE and NYISO today. PJM is not likely to set a peak. Please note: While neither […]Read More
PSE&G will begin work later this week to upgrade approximately one mile of aging cast iron gas lines with new durable pipes—making them more reliable and less likely to release methane gas. The gas main replacements, to be completed in the next two months, will take place on Linden Lane, between Guyot and Franklin; on […]Read More
Last Week’s NYMEX Recap Once again, NYMEX Henry Hub prompt month prices fluctuated last week before settling slightly higher at $2.777/MMBtu, an increase of $0.021/MMBtu or 0.76%. On Wednesdayand Thursday, prices did manage to temporarily slide outside of the $2.70 – $2.80 trading range, which has been the market’s home for the past two weeks. […]Read More