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What's the value of an energy consultation?

What's the value of an energy consultation?

In our times there is a clear trend: to consider all that has to be contracted as commodities.

But, this posture does not always lead - necessarily - to the best results. 

Consultancies, as is my case, depend heavily on trust. A consultant who has achieved excellent results for his/hers clients is a good reference, without a doubt. But, by far, it is not enough!

An upper manager who is in charge of dealing with energy will feel much more comfortable if he/she can get a solid recommendation from someone he/she trusts..

And to reinforce this analysis, it is worth noting that the cost of consultancy for energy matters is generally small compared to the annual bill the customer pays. So it makes perfect sense to "be demanding"!

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