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Utility Consulting

 

Intuitive assists companies in reducing and managing their Electricity and Natural Gas Expenses. Our staff of Energy Consultants has the knowledge of the current marketplace to properly analyze and negotiate your Energy Contract and rates.

Complex and ever changing utility rate schedules together with electric deregulation and gas deregulation have created various billing alternatives. Our energy procurement process is simple, swift and effective. Contact us to learn more.

 

The Intuitive Process

  • Review historical billing information
  • Prepare a formal Request for Quotation
  • Send RFQ to the qualified Utility Providers in your market.
  • Analyze and evaluate the bids.
  • Present Executive Summary
  • Negotiate a contract, with the winning bidder, with the best terms and conditions available in the marketplace on your behalf.
  • Present Client with Executable contract.
  • Ensure contract is properly executed and implemented by Supplier

 

Regardless of which Utility Companies you choose, our fee is paid through the Supplier.

 

Bill Auditing
Intuitive analyzes the information provided by the various utilities to determine the accuracy of each billing. If a mistake has occurred, we take the necessary steps to secure a refund or a credit for our clients. If we do not identify and implement any refund opportunities, we receive no fee compensation. Our clients have found this arrangement appealing; paying for performance that produces bottom-line results means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses. Our Agreement calls for Intuitive to receive 50% of any credit or refund that we can secure from our analysis of your past billings.


Usage Study
This study will analyze the electricity and natural gas of every piece of equipment at the location and must include the following:

  • A list of every piece of equipment, separated into processing or non-processing categories as established by the State Comptrollers office.
  • The location of every piece of equipment.
  • Processing and non-processing function for equipment that has dual usage.
  • The cubic foot consumption of voltage, amperage or horsepower etc. for each piece of equipment.
  • The hours of operation for each individual piece of equipment.
  • The actual "on" hours for equipment running on a cycle.
  • Square footage for each area.


The cost of this study will be determined by the complexity of the job and the number of meters.

 

 

 

 

Utility Consultants