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Utility Bills and Utility Scraping. What?

July 7, 2017 4:57 PM / by

 Scott Burrows

Posted in Utility Billls Metering Utility Costs Vitality


 

All of us have Utility Bills. Whether it be for our homes or our businesses, Utility Bills are a fact of life. Utility Bills to pay for electricity, water, gas, sewage, etc. The list goes on and on. You need to understand your energy consumption, and how that translates directly into dollars out of your pocket. Utility Scraping is a great way to understand all of these things. It makes up one part of a larger, essential whole.


Understanding Your Utility Costs

June 22, 2017 1:23 PM / by

 Scott Burrows

Posted in Utility Billls Energy Consumption Utility Costs


 

 

Understanding your utility costs, and the different ways you spend money in energy consumption, are essential parts of our daily lives. The way we interact with our energy is entirely informed by our knowledge of it. Reducing your Energy consumption, by using it more intelligently, will directly reduce its costs, thereby saving you money, and giving you the opportunity to spend your money on other more important aspects of your business. The following are just a few, but major, ways in which your energy consumption costs you money each and every month.


Best Source of Natural Gas!

March 27, 2017 5:11 PM / by

 Dan Lunt

Posted in Utility Costs Natural Gas Partners


 We had lunch the other day with our good friends at Summit Energy. We’ve worked with Bruce, Curtis and Richard for a long time. They are genuinely good people and great to work with. They’ve proven over and over again that they truly want to save


4 Things Every Business Should Know About Its Power Bills.

February 20, 2017 12:00 AM / by

 Dan Lunt

Posted in Power Bills Measurement & Verification Utility Costs


 

If you’re like most of us, when your power bill shows up each month, you look at the amount due, cringe a bit, and send it to accounting to be paid. It is what it is – right? But if that sounds like you, you could be missing opportunities to save money.