Ensuring Energy Issues are Executed Correctly During Facility Portfolio Changes
If your organization is fast-growing or in a period of decline, the timing of opening and closing your facilities might cause operational challenges for your energy management team. Ensuring your buildings have utility service activated or terminated when a change of tenancy occurs can be difficult to coordinate while handing all the other logistics related to the project.
Schneider Electric works directly with utilities to ensure utility service is activated or terminated when a change of tenancy occurs. The Schneider Electric team will work with you to establish a controlled process for notification and change management, including the processing of required paperwork, deposit management, and activity reporting.
- Allow your corporate real estate or energy managers to shed a time consuming task while a facility open or close project is underway.
- Identify potential savings opportunities by limiting or reclaiming deposits, verifying accounts are setup on most economical rate and ensuring payments don’t continue after an account is terminated.
- Our dedicated facility open team will assist you with many time-consuming tasks, including negotiating with the utility on any depositing requirements and verifying your first utility invoice is correctly billed.
- Schneider Electric’s facility close experts will identify all active utility account that need to be terminated at the closing site and will communicate directly with vendors to schedule the termination of service.
When it comes to energy and utility services, the Schneider Electric team is on your side. Partner with our team of experts and analysts to ensure your organization is best-positioned when complicated, time-consuming projects are ready for implementation.
Save time by outsourcing time-consuming, utility-related tasks associated with opening or closing your facility.
Secure savings on deposits by allowing Schneider Electric experts to negotiate with utilities on your behalf.