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An opportunity for business development: "ranking"

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Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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An opportunity for business development: "ranking"

One of the simplest and most desired formats by the corporate world is comparing cases..

Many metrics are recognized in this regard. Absolute and relative values. For example: gross billing, billing per employee, profit on billing and the list goes a long way.

I suggest the development of a "ranking" linked to the cost of energy from the perspective of companies and institutions. So that it is easy to compare the unit cost of the energy consumed according to indicators .

The underlying aspect of this proposal is the fact that although tariffs are set by the regulator, there are many factors involved in the management of kW demand and kWh consumption that define its cost. And the variations are quite expressive!

In this journey in which performance has gained great importance, I see the opportunity to create a ranking service.

If you are interested to explore this concept, contact us suggesting a date and time of your preference and let's talk!.

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