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Educational Resources on Energy Management and Sustainability

  • Mar 31,2011

    In nearly every area of business, emergencies get the attention. From healthcare expenses to the cost of raw materials to cash flow – attention naturally follows the greatest need. It’s natural, but not the best approach when it comes to energy.

  • Feb 23,2011

    Reverse auctions have turned the once-secretive, sealed-bid process for procuring goods and services into an open bidding war – which appears to be to the advantage of the buyer. Under this arrangement, the buyer contracts with a third party that issues a request for quotations from suppliers. At a predetermined day and time, suppliers log into an auction site and input price quotes, competing for the buyer’s business primarily on the basis of who will agree to the lowest price.

  • Nov 19,2009

    Purchasing professionals face some universal issues, whether they are buying cardboard, beef or industrial exhaust systems. Everyone wants the lowest possible cost. No one wants surprises in the contract. And everyone knows that more bidders typically bring more competitive pricing.

  • Jun 03,2009

    Centralizing the energy procurement function for an industrial or commercial company is not a simple task. For all companies, hurdles abound; some within the company and some outside of it.

  • Mar 17,2009

    It happens everywhere – the energy component of conversion costs skyrockets when production is scaled back. The cause is clear and avoidable. You can avoid this pitfall by taking immediate action with a focus on rigorous energy cost reduction.

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