The electric and gas industry has and continues to undergo changes.
Many states are debating whether or not to open their energy markets to retail competition, similar to the deregulation of the telecommunications industry.
Energy deregulation provides consumers with a choice by allowing them to choose an alternate supplier.
With the ability to choose your supplier, new opportunities arise.
By evaluating which supplier best meets your needs can allow your company to save significantly on its energy costs. However, consumers must be very careful in analyzing offers being made to them by the various retail suppliers, marketers, or brokers. In certain cases we have found consumers actually paying more with an alternate supplier compared to what they would have paid had they remained with their local distribution company.
National Auditing Services & Consulting has devoted an entire team of auditors to this expanding market so as to better assist our clients. Our deregulation team is constantly in the market reviewing the pricing options available by retail suppliers.
By reviewing supplier pricing, tariffs, contract terms, and billing format, we are able to assist our clients in making
a decision so that actual savings will materialize, instead of just promises of lower costs.
We accomplish this by understanding the energy commodities markets and by having developed a working relationship with many suppliers, brokers, and marketers.
We work closely with our clients to understand their energy needs so that a proper supplier is chosen that best meets their needs, but we are very considerate of clients time and involvement.
Before making our presentation to our clients we will have already requested competitive bids, reviewed contract terms, analyzed tariffs, and performed a load profile analysis.
We remain in contact with our clients and periodically request copies of supplier invoices to make sure that proper pricing continues accordingly.