Your Spend Strategy

An efficient energy management strategy

When considering an energy contract, it is important that the most efficient procurement strategy is aligned with the underlying business plan for an effective energy efficiency strategy. Each strategy carries various elements of risk and as a result there is no correct answer to the questions below as each company has a different appetite to risk.

In short, there are two traditional energy procurement methods; fixed purchasing and flexible purchasing. The most efficient energy strategy for you will depend on your business. More info can be found here

Answering the questions below will help to identify a suitable purchasing strategy which fits within your expectations:

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Your energy cost is made up of two elements: the wholesale costs & the regulated charges. Inflation in these regulated charges in unavoidable, however, we can limit this impact by trading the wholesale cost more effectively.

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The capital at risk toggle has been designed to show how we can trade the commodity cost of energy to potentially lower your energy cost. However, there is no certainty and it is important that you select a true strategy in line with your risk appetite.

Using the toggle below, please select an appropriate upper budget target.

Value at Risk

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Indicative lowest cost budget

Total Budget

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Please select one of the below:

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Disclaimer: This tool provides best estimates to the returns on a risk strategy and is by no means an offer, implying of energy rates that will be achieved, or a guarantee of an annual energy cost. This tool is used to determine your appetite for risk and further work will be done to provide your specific model, risk, and returns after you have used this tool.