As a purchasing professional, you may be familiar with the procurement of energy commodities such as electricity and natural gas. We have discussed in previous articles, strategies and techniques for procuring energy so that your organization is taking advantage of market intelligence in finding the best times in the market. However, once the actual procurement of energy is done, too many organizations stop there and feel the job is done with regards to securing savings. Nothing could be ...

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