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Goal: To Pay Less for Energy

Verisae software and services enable six ways to help you pay less for the energy you use:

    • In deregulated energy markets, select the best utility companies for your needs,
    • Ensure that you’re paying the best utility rate for your usage patterns in each facility,
    • Take full advantage of rebates and incentives from your utility providers,
    • Control or curtail energy use at designated times to take advantage of time-sensitive rates,
    • Catch utility billing errors, and
    • Take full advantage of all available tax incentives.

The following sections provide more detail on each.

In deregulated energy markets, select the best energy service companies for your needs.

    • Evaluate and compare the complex pricing of competing utilities.
    • Determine which utility offers the best overall pricing for your energy-consumption patterns.

Ensure that you’re paying the best utility rate for your usage patterns in each facility.

    • Capture data from your utility bills with 100% accuracy.
    • Compare your utility billing statements against your own metering to catch billing errors, defective meters, or energy inefficiencies.
    • Leverage your energy-use data to choose the most favorable energy tariff rates for which you qualify at each site.

Take full advantage of rebates and incentives from your utility companies.

    • Identify the many programs available from the utility companies that serve all your locations.
    • Cost-effectively determine the rebates and incentives for which each facility is eligible.
    • Efficiently collect data to substantiate your application for rebates and incentive payments.
    • Track actual payments you receive to ensure that you collect the full amounts for which you qualify.

Control or curtail energy use at designated times to take advantage of time-sensitive rates.

    • Evaluate your energy-use patterns to see if you can take advantage of time-sensitive rates.
    • Determine which assets or processes you could control to reduce during times when energy prices are higher.
    • Participate in demand-response programs where they are available from your utility providers.

Catch utility billing errors.

    • Receive automatic alerts when energy cost exceeds expectations.
    • Identify discrepancies between utility billing statements and data you’ve gathered through your own metering systems.
    • Block automatic payment of utilities bills until anomalies or discrepancies have been resolved.

Take full advantage of all available tax incentives.

  • Learn about the availability of tax incentives in each state or locality where you operate.
  • Conveniently review eligibility requirements.
  • Document your eligibility.
  • Automate the application process and subsequent paperwork.

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