Recently, UGI Energy Services (UGIES) hosted energy industry colleagues from the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (GPAEE) to discuss energy market trends heading into the 2023-2024 heating season, as well as to tour the company’s Temple LNG facility.
In recent months we have seen several energy providers declaring bankruptcy, closing up shop and cancelling contracts, leaving customers abandoned in the process. This leaves you wondering what you should do next, and how your provider could leave you high and dry. We have seen many energy companies come and go over the 27 years we’ve been in business – and we can guarantee you that UGI Energy Services is here to stay. We have the assets to back us up.
Like most companies and organizations, energy costs are a significant portion of your operating budget. If you are not prepared, energy market price fluctuations can quickly become volatile and create avoidable budgetary challenges. Let’s work together to take control of your energy.
With the winter season quickly approaching, energy supplier UGI Energy Services is starting to see an influx of questions related to the uncertainty of energy costs during the upcoming winter. While the weather and the energy market can certainly be volatile at times, there are many things that businesses can do to mitigate the risks associated with their natural gas and electricity costs.
We sat down with Mike Trymbiski, UGIES Regional Sales Manager, to ask some of the most frequently asked questions. These answers should help give local businesses a better understanding of how they can keep high energy costs – if not the cold weather – at bay.