Why Comparative Cost is What Matters Most.

Energy Market volatility necessitates a continual proactive, managed approach to negotiating through the opportunities and inherent risk of Energy Deregulation and Choice. Unmanaged Fixed Rate agreements constrain opportunity and can leave customers vulnerable as time unwinds thru the term of a supply agreement.

Unmanaged “Buy and Hope” agreements just don’t work.

There’s 365 days in a year, not just the 1 that a supplier or broker wants you to sign a deal.
A great rate at the outset is only the beginning of what it takes to achieve comparative savings and lower fiscal costs.  Keeping a rate competitive takes continual expert analysis coupled with strategic intervention.  For Energy Choice to prove worthwhile for customers, a fixed electric supply rate agreement’s associated charges has to be assessed against the incumbent territory, as well as other suppliers operating in that market over the entire length of an agreement.
A rate may indeed start out lower, but invariably it could be markedly higher for extended lengths of time and without interim strategic management, your costs could actually end up exceeding those of the utility of origin.  Cornerstone’s managed products transform savings projections into financial reality.

Since system rates change hourly, even a fixed rate will lose its advantage as rates fall, especially if sustained over the months and years of the term of agreement. Recent market swings have been as much as 70% over just a few months. When rates fall in an unmanaged fixed rate plan, even the big, bad local utility can end up beating a locked in fixed rate, sometimes significantly.  So, the time of “setting it and forgetting it” is over. It’s just simply not an acceptable practice, although it’s still quite prevalent with many suppliers and brokers.

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