As little as 30% of your electric bill may be the cost of the actual energy your business uses.

How Much of My Bill is Actually for the Energy?

If you’ve ever traveled abroad, you’ve probably noticed how most of the rest of the world unplugs their electronics when not in use. Many appliances are still working even when you think you turned them off. This is called “standby power.” Standby power is actually the minimum power used when something is plugged in. While this simple task may seem like a hassle, savings can add up to hundreds of dollars a year, plus you’re protected from power surges and potential fire hazards.

Avoid Energy Leeches

Competitive energy saving is all the rage! First, you need to count all the appliances in your home that draw energy. Next, see how many of these you can unplug or do without each night. Points for single no-use nights, compounding points for each consecutive night without use and max points for eliminating non-essential electronics altogether!

Gamify Your Usage

You can't just drop in and set an energy strategy and then drop out for a year or two. When you do that, the next thing you know, the landscape has radically changed under your feet and you’re playing from behind instead of ahead.

Can I Get a Great Deal on Energy Today and Forget About It?

Traditional supply and demand will drive commodity price volatility, along with legislation and geopolitical factors. The evolution of electricity markets has introduced other variables beyond the cost of energy - and they can vary a lot by market area.

What Drives Commodity Price Volatility?