In the past 5–10 years, retail energy suppliers have begun shifting more and more risk onto their customers through the terms and conditions in their supply agreements. Whether energy procurement is part of your job description or a core competency, these terms and conditions add (unnecessary) complexity to an already difficult decision. So how do you protect your bottom line without a degree in legalese?
In this white paper you will learn:
- How energy contracts have evolved over the past 5–10 years
- The 10 most important terms and conditions in your energy supply contract
- What leverage you have in the contracting process, and how to exert it