Electricity Procurement

Electricity-Procurement-1Commodity Shop’s electricity services reduces and controls an organization’s exposure to open markets(deregulated jurisdictions), volatile pricing, and the complex landscape of suppliers, transmission companies, utilities and regulatory agencies. Our commodity procurement and regulated cost services are designed to mitigate market risks, leverage market opportunities, optimize purchase arrangements and recover costs. Effectively controlling electricity costs requires strong understanding and experience in real-time spot market conditions, procurement modelling options and electricity regulations and legislation.

Our electricity cost control strategies are supported by in-depth market intelligence to take advantage of jurisdictional/environmental changes. Our services continuously monitor implementation to ensure optimal electricity purchase/cost recovery compliance and proactively adjust to an organization’s changing consumption patterns and capitalize on market opportunities and trends. Electricity Commodity Procurement Strategies The Commodity Shop functions as an advisor to your organization for effectively controlling and managing electricity supply costs. This results in better-controlled budgeting and cash-flow management and ultimately protects from unexpected market pricing spikes. Net system load shape or load following electric profile customers can remove price risk uncertainty through the application of fixed term arrangements. We circumvent general marketers and engage reputable suppliers that offer very competitive pricing, and agreements that ensure your organization retains all rebate entitlements. For interval-metered facilities, CS employs sophisticated buying strategies that are customized based on your usage profile. CS optimizes the agreement through a combination of pricing models, hedging and load coverage (base block/peak block/off peak) to minimize market exposure and maximize purchase efficiency.Commodity Shop also offers green power alternatives for organizations incorporating environmentalobjectives into their overall purchase requirements.