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EnergyNext has developed the Energy Alliance initiative and has rolled out successful programs for over 13 associations throughout Upstate New York.
Through Energy Alliance programs, members of the groups can get access to better pricing for electricity and natural gas, consulting services from EnergyNext, renewable energy programs and other benefits. Energy Alliance programs help groups like Associations and Chambers of Commerce retain and attract membership, and expandtheir revenue base.
• Electricity procurement
• Natural Gas procurement
• Renewable Energy options
• Sales tax audits
EnergyNext programs have saved over $18 Million for members since inception of the programs. These programs were developed by and are run by proven industry veterans that maintain a “win-win” mentality for all participants. Participants can rest easy knowing that they are protected by industry leading experts working on their behalf.
“Chamber members are offered excellent access to a great energy program. By joining the Energy Alliance, we are able to save on our utility bill and use those savings in other areas.”
Convenience store owner Troy, New York
“By joining the Energy Alliance, we saved hundreds of dollars annually on our electricity. For a small business, that’s a huge sum.”
Restaurant owner Central New York
“Every business watches its expenses closely. Through the Energy Alliance, we were able to save significantly on our utility bills. And, we now have a relationship with the Association’s energy experts, in case we have a question about our bills.”
Motel manager Saratoga County, New York
“It’s a no-brainer to join the Energy Alliance. Spend five minutes filling out the form, see what type of offer comes back, and
sign up if it is to your benefit. It’s a simple way to save significant amounts.”
Commercial building manager Upstate New York
“When a restaurant owner asked me why he should participate, I asked him, ‘How many meals do you have to serve to put
$1,800 on your bottom line?’ He signed.”
Chamber of Commerce president Eastern New York
“The savings are pure bottom line money. What business doesn’t want to put money on its bottom line?”
Professional office manager Upper Hudson Valley, New York
Jim Orban E jorban@energynext.com www.energynext.com
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