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Energy Procurement & Sustainability

In today’s world, being a good steward of the environment goes hand-in-hand with being a profitable business. That means using less energy as well as minimizing your company’s carbon footprint. 

Clean energy and sustainability are the challenges of the decade ahead. Identifying, developing and acting on sustainability initiatives, and applying the benefits of energy conservation measures is a key to success in today’s volatile energy landscape. 

Additionally, looking at the “big picture” of your company’s energy use is critical to controlling costs while promoting sustainability. A savvy energy manager can help you make wise energy purchases, improve your energy efficiency and reduce your overall energy spend. 

Since 2002, Texzon advised thousands of organizations on how to buy, use and manage energy – both electricity and natural gas. Customers have come to rely on Texzon’s knowledge, experience and market savvy

Energy Procurement Services

Texzon counsels organizations on how to purchase, use, and manage energy and brings value-added services to help them achieve greater energy efficiency in their operations.

Texzon’s Services include:

    • Electricity Procurement
    • Natural Gas Procurement
    • Renewable / Green Energy
    • Load Response Management
    • Market Intelligence

Managing the procurement process requires insight and understanding of wholesale energy markets, power generation and distribution. Texzon Utilities calls upon a multitude of sources to ascertain the state of the energy market, the latest pricing trends and important legislative or regulatory developments. Texzon recommends energy purchases for your company when it makes sense from a long-term, strategic standpoint, not simply based on contract expiration dates. In today’s volatile energy markets, the key to an effective strategy is to closely monitor the market and take action when prices dip. Texzon tracks market trends to pinpoint the best possible time to initiate purchases.

Procurement Strategy

In a deregulated market, purchasing energy at the best price and the right time can be a complex undertaking. The unique size and shape of the load, current contract terms and future budgetary needs all need to be taken into account in developing a procurement strategy.  Driven by market intelligence, Texzon determines the best time to initiate a purchase. As an impartial advocate, Texzon leverages its long-term relationships with multiple providers and conducts an internal RFQ. With several suppliers competing for the usage, the result is a negotiated target price. When the agreed-upon and validated target price is reached, a buy order can be initiated, assuring the customer that the timing of the buy, the per kWh rate and the length of term all meet their exact criteria.

Energy Management Services

Texzon understands that looking at the “big picture” of a company’s energy spend is critical to controlling costs and promoting sustainability. Through our Fractional Energy Manager (FEM) program, we offer a suite of energy management services that will help you control and manage your energy spend, assist you during the planning and construction phases of new facilities, and give you all the information you need to make smart energy decisions. 


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