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Since 1989, [1] more and more states have begun to deregulate their energy markets [2]. This has allowed individuals and businesses to choose the supplier that provides their gas, electricity, or both. The remarkable power in deregulation lies in allowing consumers to make energy choices according to the values that matter most to them.

For small and medium-sized businesses, these choices offer you the opportunity to align the needs of your company and its mission statement with that of your suppliers, providing a potential competitive advantage you can’t afford to pass on.

Whether looking to reduce your carbon footprint, promote renewable and sustainable resource consumption, or seeking out a fixed energy pricing structure to improve finance projections, deregulation allows you to choose an energy supplier and product that promotes your business objectives.

Choose an Energy Supplier That Mirrors Your Values

The largest impact energy deregulation has on consumers is creating choices where there was once an uncompetitive monopoly.

This freedom allows businesses, and small businesses in particular, to maintain their brand identity through every stage: from suppliers of goods, resources, and energy to the products and services they bring to market.

At Indra Energy, we believe businesses that strive for greater corporate responsibility, more sustainable practices, and a more environmentally friendly message, can improve the business’s credentials and build customer trust.

Choose a Provider That Works for You

Deregulated energy markets enable you to choose an energy provider that delivers services to meet the requirements of your business. Our philosophy at Indra Energy is that a tailored fit beats a one-size-fits-all approach every time—and energy supply is no different.

In the same way you would only work with a suitable supplier for any other business-critical goods or services, a deregulated market empowers you to choose the most suitable supplier for your energy needs.

Whether your business values dedicated advisors on demand, decades of experience and expertise in the market, or fixed monthly pricing options, deregulated energy means choosing the supplier chosen by and tailored to fit you. That’s where we can help you navigate the sea of options.

No Hassle, No Interruption, Seamless Enrollment

With the expert support of Indra Energy, switching energy suppliers can be as simple and as seamless as the flick of a switch or the press of a button. Local utilities will continue to deliver power to your door with no interruptions in service or physical changes to your business.

Your local utility simply switches to the energy company you have chosen to do business with. This means that you can change your energy supplies to one that best reflect the values of your business and its purpose in the marketplace.

We can help you conduct the necessary research and define a clear vision of what your company represents. With our guidance, soon you’ll be ready to make the switch and ensure your business impacts your local community in a positive manner consistent with your brand and values.

Deregulated Market Advantage

Whatever the services, mission statement, or credentials you demand of your other business partners, they should be demanded of your energy supplier as well. Deregulated energy markets create a window that allows you to gain an extra advantage by making the right choices over your competitors.

Using a conscientious ethos, sound financial planning, and the right supplier for your needs, it’s time to make the deregulated energy market work to the advantage of your business.

 

[1] H.R.1722 – Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act of 1989. (1989, July 26). Retrieved April 17, 2020, from https://www.congress.gov/bill/101st-congress/house-bill/1722

[2] H.R.776 – Energy Policy Act of 1992. (1994, October 24). Retrieved April 17, 2020, from https://www.congress.gov/bill/102nd-congress/house-bill/776/text/enr