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Energy: how to find "gems"?

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Consultant energy affairs Self employed

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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Energy: how to find "gems"?

Companies and institutions that consume energy and even suppliers of energy, services and equipment have a challenge to be recognized: do they take advantage of the opportunities that are there to be captured?

When I am called to consult, this type of challenge is often the starting point for clients who want to discover solutions that can bring good value.

These customers have some points in common despite being very different in everything you can imagine in terms of technical, financial, legal and management requirements: they are curious, proactive and seek to discover what they do not know.

And above all, they are aware that energy - although easy to understand conceptually - has become something with great complexity given the regulations, the constraints involved, and the associated risks.

The good news is that fantastic opportunities are usually found when the consultant listens to the client, "ruminates" on what he heard and together they  create solutions that can have a big impact on their energy bill and the reliability of their supply.


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