How your organization buys energy has a significant impact on operating expense, risk exposure, and sustainability performance.
Your organization needs a trusted advisor with the energy market expertise, technological tools, and global resources to execute an energy procurement strategy that aligns with your risk profile and financial priorities.
Gain Visibility Into Energy Costs
Understand and articulate how energy spend affects your balance sheet and ability to meet production and financial goals.
Understanding the opportunities in Mexico’s competitive energy market
Mexico’s energy market reform has wide-reaching implications for large businesses operating in the country. Those that remain with the CFE are seeing prices and utility rates increase dramatically, while those that explore competitive supply options face an uncertain market fraught with risk and complex offers from suppliers. Our new whitepaper provides detail on the current state of Mexico’s energy market and walks through everything businesses need to know to navigate the market successfully.
Energy management comes down to analyzing cost and risk on an ongoing basis, and Enel X was our trusted advisor throughout the whole process.
The energy industry is undergoing a radical transformation. The shift from coal-heavy power generation to natural gas and renewables creates new risks, challenges, and opportunities for large energy consumers. Learn more about how businesses and other large energy consumers partner with Enel X to create tailored strategies to navigate the evolving energy industry and achieve their financial, resilience, and sustainability goals.
Articles, case studies, datasheets, videos, white papers, and more.
Find out how Enel X helped Baltimore Regional Cooperative Purchasing Committee combine its purchasing power and buy electricity directly from the wholesale market.
Learn about how businesses rely on Enel X to guide them through the complex competitive supply market to meet their individual needs.
We break down the 10 most important terms and conditions in your supplier agreement, and explain why the lowest price may not always be the best option.