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"Pandemic" energy contract management

"Pandemic" energy contract management

In a few weeks the global "macro" scenario and "micro" (of each consumer) changed.And quite dramatically. 

Deregulated power prices have fallen and the volumes of energy consumed by companies and institutions have decreased significantly.

It will certainly be worth exploring the cost reduction alternatives in this new stage:

1. How to best allocate each contracted source?
2. What are the possibilities for contractual adjustments?
3. Is there room for negotiating contracts?
4. What to do with surplus energy?

The situation is not new! Years ago, when the economy was very bad in Brazil, a good part of the companies were over-contracted and those that had the curiosity, interest and determination found cost-saving solutions.

It's high time to search for great results!

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