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Success Stories

A sampling of EnergyNext's success stories shows why clients value the firm's services. In short, EnergyNext eliminates much of the uncertainty and risk in the new energy marketplace, providing its customers with ready access to savings at little or no up-front cost.

Energy AllianceSM Programs
Business associations, including chambers of Commerce and trade groups, have retained EnergyNext to establish and manage Energy AllianceSM programs. Through Energy AllianceSM programs, members of the groups can get access to better pricing for electricity and natural gas, consulting services from EnergyNext, renewable energy programs and other benefits. Energy AllianceSM programs help groups retain and attract membership, and expand their revenue base.

Todd Shimkus, President, Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, 518-584-3255

Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance (MEGA)
MEGA was a pioneer in energy consumer aggregation, beginning in 1998 as the Tompkins and Tioga Counties Electric and Gas Alliance, and now encompassing Broome, Cortland, Otsego, Schuyler and other counties as well. EnergyNext helped the sponsors set up the group buying program and has acted as buyers' agent to MEGA throughout its existence. MEGA serves over 2,500 electric and gas accounts, including municipalities, school districts, businesses and others in several upstate NY counties.

Ronald Feldstein, President & CEO, MEGA, 607-434-3333

Demand-Response Programs
EnergyNext, Inc. assisted clients in industrial and public sector settings to participate in New York State's demand-response programs, whereby large electric customers voluntarily curtail their usage at times of high prices or system stress (peak load). EnergyNext assisted in preparing applications, obtaining funding for reactive metering, monitoring participation and assuring accurate compensation for participants.

Renewable Energy
EnergyNext's programs include options that support national goals for minimizing imported energy and addressing climate change.  Both Energy AllianceSM and MEGA programs allow participants to obtain wind or other renewable energy.  Under EnergyNext's guidance, MEGA competitively procured suppliers for solar energy systems and energy efficiency services.