Strong electricity & natural gas energy strategies lower market risk and control energy costs.

Our advisors guide you through every step to achieving your tailor-made energy strategy, including:

Step 1

Needs Analysis

Detailed needs analysis to uncover your company’s energy goals

Step 2

Easy Quote Process

Streamlined multi-supplier quote process with products fit to your needs

Step 3

Market Monitoring

Identified opportunities through market monitoring help you reach your energy goals.

Electricity Supply

Electricity can make up as much as 20% of your total annual budget. Reduce and control this big-ticket item with:

  • Fully Fixed Solutions:

    Ideal for clients focused on budget certainty

  • Fixed with Pass-Through Options:

    Higher potential savings for efficiency-focused clients

  • Index Solutions:

    Best fit for clients with high risk/reward tolerance

  • Hybrid Solutions:

    Perfect blend of risk and certainty to offset market fluctuation

  • Green Energy (Wind, Solar):

    To meet company initiatives or government regulations

Natural Gas Supply

Nania Energy Advisors has over 78 combined years experience in the deregulated natural gas industry creating cost-saving strategies for our clients which include:

  • Fixed Price, Fixed Quantities:

    Best fit for clients looking for budget certainty with slight risk on usage above/below fixed volumes

  • Fixed Price, Full Swing:

    No second-guessing. Fixed supply rate for 100% of actual usage for accurate budgeting and minimal risk

  • Layered Solutions:

    Perfect blend of risk and certainty to offset market fluctuation

  • Managed Programs:

    Ongoing Proactive purchasing Strategies covers 100% of clients’ usage and provides long-term risk management.

History of Supply Choice

  • 1990

    Natural Gas Choice begin in IL for C & I customers

  • 1997

    Electric Choice begins in IL for Large C & I customers

  • 2002

    Electric Choice available to all C & I customers

  • 2006

    The Retail Electric Competition Act

  • 2008

    First Residential Customers Switch to Alternate Electric provider

  • 2013

    IL Electric Rates among 10 lowest in US

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