Five steps to control energy costs

  1. Use a buying team
  2. Set clear risk management objectives
  3. Create a competitive buying process
  4. Diversify risks
  5. Track performance

Managing risk costs money

Hedging and fixing prices cost money. Only do enough to mitigate risk to your tolerance. No more.

Understand your risk tolerance

Every organization has a different tolerance for energy price risk. Its goals, financial circumstances and other realities dictate tolerance levels. All robust strategies begin with a solid understanding of this tolerance level, not on guessing the direction the market might take. Aegent guides this process.

Evidence guides practice

Aegent relies on reliable data and performance metrics to inform strategy.