TXU Energy’s commitment to give consumers the tools and information they need to manage their electricity consumption and spending isn’t limited to residential customers.
The company recently launched its TXU Energy Business Insights program, including webinars, seminars and a new video series, to give commercial consumers even more resources so they can make the best decisions for their businesses.
“Electricity can be a very volatile expense for large, commercial and industrial operations and there are cost factors that unique to their market,” said Brad J. Snyder, senior director for LCI sales at TXU Energy. “We have always worked hard to help business owners and operators understand their choices. The addition of our monthly video series and the alignment of our webinars, seminars and other communications provide additional ways to deliver important information in ways that fit our business customers’ needs and preferences.”
In the latest video, Snyder describes three keys to great electricity contracting.
“A business can save money – and even turn its electricity load into a revenue stream – by focusing on just a few components while negotiating a contract,” Snyder said. “By helping customers understand their opportunities, we know we are developing long and trusting relationships.”
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