In the dynamic landscape of the 21st century, UGI Energy Services is excited to stand alongside energy sector peers at the forefront of innovation, with advancements driven not only by traditional engineering but also by the transformative power of computer science.
Operating a business can be expensive – especially with the rising costs of products, labor, utilities, and more. As businesses look ahead to the new year, it’s important to cut costs wherever possible to start the year off cost-efficiently. As energy is an expense nearly all businesses can't cut out, completing a year-end energy assessment is vital to saving money...and conserving energy!
On behalf of the entire UGI Energy Services team, we are truly fortunate to have customers like you. As Thanksgiving approaches, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your trust and loyalty in us. Your support means the world, and we thank you dearly for being a part of our extended UGI family.
There’s no more telling sign of winter then the first big snowstorm. When the icy air makes its way to our region and the weather reports are buzzing, it’s important to take some steps to prepare your home and/or business ahead of time.
It’s officially winter! If you’re from the northeast U.S., snowstorms are likely headed your way. Though they can be magical and exciting, storms and other bad weather can lead to power and other outages. Outages can quickly become dangerous, sometimes lasting days or longer.
Outages can affect entire communities. They can disrupt communication, water availability, and transportation; close businesses like grocery stores, gas stations, banks, and more; cause food and water contamination; and prevent the use of medical devices or medicine refrigeration.
As a business owner, being prepared and knowing what to do before, during, and after a power outage can help keep your staff and customers safe.
As the trusted energy supplier fornatural gas, liquid fuels, and electricity for 42,000 customer locations across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern US, we want you to know we’re here for you. We want to ensure you you’re working with a solid, respectable, reliable company. If you have any questions, issues, concerns, or suggestions, we want to hear them. So, when you do, how can you connect with us?
At UGIES, we serve a variety of businesses of all different types and sizes and we value our small business customers. During the first week of May (May 1st – 7th), we honor Small Business Week. During this week, entrepreneurs and small business owners are recognized and celebrated for their accomplishments. According to the Small Business Association, a small business is a firm having fewer than 500 employees. A recent SBA statistic from 2021 shows that there are approximately 32 million small businesses in the US which account for 99.9 percent of all US businesses. With this information, it is clear that small businesses make up a very large part of the businesses we frequent and serve.