In the world of government finance and procurement, the standards for agreements dictate that they be “conservative,” “stable” and “predictable.” Because of the need to keep operational costs as low as possible, energy procurement presents a unique set of challenges in the government space. Energy commodities are volatile, and electricity proves to be the most volatile commodity of all. Prices rise and fall daily, making it difficult to ensure low cost and ...

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