With over 50 years of energy procurement experience and £5.4 billion of energy under our management; our expert team has a long track record of delivering positive outcomes for our clients based upon the following key factors:
This is a bespoke, transparent product offering that provides access to the wholesale market supported by the application of a bespoke purchasing/risk management strategy. Inenco’s Risk Management Team utilise their extensive knowledge to find the most appropriate supplier and product to match your objectives with a proven track record of creating value through both the tender process and optimising the strategy.
This approach tends to be most relevant for larger / sophisticated energy buyers with a typical spend of over £2M.
Our Options portfolios allow us to aggregate a number of clients to enable access to the benefits that buying on the wholesale market can bring. We find that this approach best suits mid-sized energy consumers, who want to take a more informed approach to energy procurement and are willing to accept a modest approach to risk but with the opportunity to achieve better outcome energy buying versus buying at a fixed price. With the guidance of our Procurement Specialists, Options Portfolio gives you control over the level of risk you wish to take and allows you to apportion your volume across a number of strategies with different risk levels, all with pre-agreed parameters and managed by our Trading Team desk.
This approach is normally adopted by organisations with a typical spend of £500K to £3M.
There are diverse reasons why fixed-price procurement may be the best fit for your business, and Inenco has the solutions to help you get the most from your fixed-price contracts. Fixed-price contracts are the simplest approach to energy purchasing. Under a fixed contract you make a single transaction at the prevailing commodity price and this is the price you pay for the full contract duration. Inenco seeks to optimise your price by recommending the timing and duration of supply contract placement.
In our experience this best suits small to mid-sized energy consumers with a typical spend of less that £500K
Energy markets have become increasingly volatile and the cost of getting it wrong has dramatically increased, yet most organisations have not reviewed their strategy to ensure that it best combats these increased challenges.
If you have financial responsibility within an organisation, you will know better than anybody how important it is to minimise company overheads. Whilst there are several different ways to reduce the running costs of your business, ensuring you are spending as little as possible on your business utilities is a great way to save money.
Of course, there are a few small ways you can accumulate savings, but one of the best ways to reduce your bills is to review your energy buying process. Doing this can be quite an undertaking depending on the size of your company, but in the long run, it can be worthwhile and make a huge difference to the outgoings of your business.
“Inenco’s procurement team place thousands of contracts every year on behalf of our clients and our award-winning energy buying team have a proven track record of delivering significant financial benefit on behalf of our clients.”
We take time to understand your supply contracts requirements and advise the best options available to you.
Taking account of your business objectives we will recommend the optimal strategy available to you.
Our expert trading team will optimise the price that you pay.
We will keep you updated on market movements, traded and position and benefits achieved.